Halstead Public Gardens are a great place to enjoy fresh air, green space, and time with your family. The Gardens are protected by Field in Trust to make sure current and future generations can enjoy the gardens forever.
The gardens have a range of facilities including:
- free admission
- plenty of seating
- shelter areas
- children's swings
- cycle racks to store your bike
- toilets which are next to the park on Kings Road
- refreshments are available to buy within an easy walk of the gardens
For the safety and enjoyment of all park visitors, you must not not bring ball games, skateboards or dogs (guide dogs are welcome) into the gardens.
Cycling is not permitted, but there are bicycle racks where they can be left for the duration of your stay.
The gardens are open every day from 7:30am.
Between 25 March and 27 October, we lock the gates at 7pm.
Between 28 October and 30 March, we lock the gates at dusk.
The gardens are next to the A131, which leads to Sudbury in the north and Braintree in the south.
Pay and display parking is available at Chapel Street and Butler Road.
There are various buses that stop near the gardens.
The gardens are within a short walk of Halstead town centre.
Hold an event at Halstead Public Gardens
You can contact us to find out about holding your outdoor event in the gardens.