Make a day of your visit to Humber Bridge Garden Centre by taking advantage of the wonderful things to do within easy reach of our location.
Far Ings Nature Reserve
Far Ings is situated on the south bank of the Humber Estuary, a major east-west flyway for migrating birds and a stone’s throw from our site. With a visitor centre that’s open Wednesday to Sunday, from 10am to 4pm, this is a fantastic place to view the plentiful wildlife this area has to offer.
The Viking Way
A two-minute walk from our car park, this route runs from the banks of the river Humber all the way to Lincoln, crossing the Lincolnshire Wolds to Caistor, then along the Bain valley to Horncastle from where the Spa Trail is followed along the trackbed of a former railway to Woodhall Spa and along the Witham Valley, crossing flat fenland into Lincoln. Totalling 147 miles, the Viking Way then runs all the way to Oakham, Rutland.
The historic streets of Barton are lined with atmospheric Georgian properties, bustling shops and traditional pubs. Once a traditional market town, Barton has kept its original charm and is perfect for a leisurely stroll.