St Katherine's Garden is a small green open space with grass and trees in the city of Northampton. It lies partly on the site of the 19th-century Church of St Katherine.
This garden was formed in the 20th century by amalgamating land that was the site of the late 19th-century new Church of St Katherine with land that belonged to a school to the north. It is not clear when the planting dates back to.
Visitor FacilitiesThis is a public open space.
- Boundary Wall
- Description: All or part of the 19th-century boundary wall may survive.
- Access & Directions
Access Contact DetailsThis is a public open space.