At the north end is the Fruit and Nut Garden where calm 'rooms' are edged with cobnuts and there is a little pond. There are two more Walled Gardens. The Square Lawn, perhaps the original Tudor Bowling Green, had borders on all four sides; the west (hot) and the east (cool) are the largest. From here, too, are the steps up totheTerrace.TheRoundLawn-inrealityovalshaped-isinfrontwithviewsover the Square Lawn and the Lincoln Red cattle and the remains of the medieval village in the park,is Tennyson's 'high Hall Garden'. The house and garden were of the house; there were two large herbaceous borders with roses and climbing plants behind.It is open to the west, with views across the ha-ha to the wildlife pond and the park. Beyond the walled gardens, to the south, is a more recent and less formal area containing the tennis court and swimming pool: the nineteenth century, listed Pavilion, was originally at the Eastgate Tennis Club in Lincoln. Here are two more areas of the garden that are already hardwith dwarf box. It was an attractive and fully functioning kitchen garden, with fan-trained fruit trees round the landscape. Harrington Hall is now a private house; the gardens have been reduced to a more manageable form. St Mary's Church, which is right next door was always open for veiwing on the open Days.