Visitor Attractions in Lincolnshire
Although a rural county, the landscape in Lincolnshire is predominantly man-made, a patchwork of cultivated fields interspersed
with roads and towns. However there are lots of places in the county where it's possible to get in touch with nature and to spot
wild creatures in their natural habitats. The Lincolnshire Wolds, for instance, is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A Lancaster Bomber
A Lancaster Bomber
The Wave Sculpture behind the Co-op on Northgate
Poppy display at the war memorial
External LinksAlford Manor House
A thatched manor house open to visitors. The website features its history, details of events, and visitor information.
The stately home of Burghley and its history. There is information useful to visitors and people who want to hire it as a venue for weddings, events or filming.
Doddington Hall And Gardens
A stately home near Lincoln, completed in 1600. There are details of its opening times, farm shop, restaurant, and events calendar.
Grimsthorpe Castle Park and Gardens
A castle and estate in the south Lincolnshire village of Grimsthorpe. Provides visitor information and opening times, details of group bookings, news and events, and details of the castle and grounds.
Hall Farm Park
A farm attraction in South Kelsey which features indoor and outdoor activities, nature walks, and animals. There are details of how to get there and what is on offer.
Hill Holt Wood
A small woodland near Norton Disney managed by a registered charity. There is information about courses and events and a picture gallery.
Lincolnshire Wolds Railway
A working steam railway and museum operating locomotives from Ludborough to North Thoresby. There are details about the history of local railways, the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway Society, and events.
Rand Farm Park
A visitor attraction featuring a working farm, animals you can pet, and play areas. There is information about events and visiting the farm.
Ropewalk Contemporary Art and Craft
The Ropewalk is a former rope factory that has been converted into an arts centre. There is information about the centre's history and details of events and artists who use the studios.
Rushmoor Country Park
A family attraction featuring birds of prey, farm animals, play areas and gardens, located to the east of Louth.
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
The Battle of Britian Memorial Flight is a visitor attraction at Coningsby dedicated to the historic aircraft such as the Lancaster Bomber. There is information about the history of the aircraft and their crews, as well of details of when they will fly.
History LinksLincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
A museum at East Kirby near Spilsby focused on aviation heritage and especially RAF Bomber Command.
Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society
A charity that aims to preserve local vehicles of historical interest. There are details of the museum in North Hykeham and the vehicles in the collection.
Louth Civic Trust
A local charity and campaigning organisation that aims to preserve the history and identity of landscapes and architecture in Louth.
Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology
A society concerned with history and archaeology in Lincolnshire. The website contains information about the society's aims and activities, event listings, news, and details of society publications.
Stamford Civic Society
A group dedicated to preserving the heritage of Stamford and campaigning for its preservation and improvement. The objectives of the group are outlined, and there are event listings and details of notable local buildings.