Places of Interest and things to do in Lincolnshire
Nearby is the attractive market town of Spilsby famous for it's market as the birthplace of Sir John Franklin; dominating the market place is the impressive statute of Franklin.
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a memorial to Bomber Command and as a tribute to Christopher Whitton Panton; who was shot down and killed on a bomber raid over Nuremberg in March 1944.
Visit the market town of Alford. Here you will find the Manor House. Alford Manor House is a Grade II listed Building and is one of England's largest thatched Manor Houses. Alford is also famous for it's Craft Market which in now held in the Manor House grounds.
Mablethorpe (the Star of the East) is an ideal place for the family to visit with clean sandy beaches a variety of amusements and leisure activities. It has a seal sanctuary, fairground, cinema and a variety of pubs, cafes and restaurants. Live music and entertainment throughout the summer months can be found in the town to provide a great night out for all the family.
In the winter be thrilled by the Motorbike Sandracing in Mablethorpe.
With an exciting mix of history and heritage, vibrant city culture, endless outdoor activities, walking, cycling and some of the best local food in the country, Lincolnshire has a pace and a place to suit. Lincoln Cathedral is one of the finest gothic buildings in Europe.
Boston famous for being the port of departure for the Pilgrim Fathers and for the Boston Stump (St Boltoph's Church.) The Guildhall Museum houses the prison cells where the Pilgrim Fathers were incarcerated in 1607.
- Mablethorpe Queens Park
- Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary
- Monksthorpe Chapel (NT)
- Maud Foster Windmill
- Old Bolingbroke Castle (ruins)
- Skegness Church Farm Museum
- Somersby (Tennyson's birthplace)
- Snipe Dales - Woods/Picnic
- Spilsby - Market Town
- Stockwith Mill
- Sutton on Sea
- Wainfleet and Bateman's Brewery
- Well Vale