Things To Do in Lincolnshire

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Lincoln Castle, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Castle, Lincoln

Lincoln Castle is built on the site of a Roman fort and for a while, used as a prison. Constructed in 1068, it is one of the first Norman castles built. There are several museums in the castle one of which houses one of the four surviving originals of the Magna Carta. You can presently walk ov...

Hussey Tower, Boston, Lincolnshire

Hussey Tower, Boston

Constructed during the mid 15th century, Hussey Tower was once part of a grand home, and belonged to Sir John Hussey, a member of the court of Henry VIII. Built from hand made red bricks - fashioned from clay - it stood during the age when Boston was the wealthiest port in England, second only to...

Heckington & District Bowls Club, Heckington, Lincolnshire

Heckington & District Bowls Club, Heckington

Heckington & District Bowls Club was founded circa 1922. Most of our members, however, are a little younger than that! One of the great things about lawn bowls is that it is one of relatively few physical sports that can be played to a reasonable level by just about anyone, of any age. Wh...

River Freshney, Grimsby, Lincolnshire

River Freshney, Grimsby

The town of Grimsby stands on the banks of the River Freshney. Originally it entered the tidal River Humber at Pyewipe, north west of Grimsby, but has been re-routed and now supplies Grimsby Docks. There was an existing haven within the borough of Grimsby but this suffered greatly with silting...

Alderfen Fisheries, Wroot, Lincolnshire

Alderfen Fisheries, Wroot

Alderfen Fisheries is the multiple award winning home of superb carp and coarse angling in the tranquil North Lincolnshire countryside. Our three lakes provide top quality fishing for anglers of all abilities and experience, and our day ticket system allows all night fishing on all three lakes fo...

Heckington Fen Walk, Heckington, Lincolnshire

Heckington Fen Walk, Heckington

A long circular walk across a mix of grassy banks, rough pasture and farmland which can be muddy. The walk also has a small amount of road walking and there are stiles, kissing gates and steps. It begins at Heckington Village green (there is limited parking spaces) and is six miles in length a...

Lincolnshire County Cricket Club, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire County Cricket Club, Lincoln

Lincolnshire County Cricket Club is one of twenty minor county clubs within the domestic cricket structure of England and Wales. The team is currently a member of the Minor Counties Championship Eastern Division and plays in the MCCA Knockout Trophy. Matches are played around the county at Lin...

St Peter's Church, Stixwould, Lincolnshire

St Peter's Church, Stixwould

In the village of Stixwould the parish church is a Grade II listed building dedicated to Saint Peter. It was rebuilt during the early decades of the 19th century. The font dates from the 16th century and there is a 13th century grave slab. Interestingly, Alice Cranmer, the sister of Archb...

Sir Joseph Banks Country Park, Boston, Lincolnshire

Sir Joseph Banks Country Park, Boston

Over 27 acres was purchased in 2007 and seeded with a wild flower mix, This was followed by the planting of trees providing a suitable nesting sites for owls, a kestrel, sparrows, swallows, birds and bats. The area also includes Jenny's Wood and is part of the Boston Woods Trust. Founded in...

Barkston Junction Bridge, Barkston, Lincolnshire

Barkston Junction Bridge, Barkston

The bridge carries the East Coast Main Line over the Nottingham to Skegness rail line. It lies close to the former Barkston East Junction, now closed. Nearby Barkston is a village and civil parish in the South Kesteven district of the county.

Burgh Reading and Development Centre, Burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire

Burgh Reading and Development Centre, Burgh le Marsh

In the Old School House on the High Street is the Burgh Reading and Development Centre Organised, spacious and wheelchair friendly the volunteer run hub is open Thu 10.00am-1.00pm, Sat 10.00am-1.00pm. There is a Book Start Bear Club, Children's Books & Holiday Activities, Fiction and Non-ficti...

River Brant, Brandon, Lincolnshire

River Brant, Brandon

The River Brant is a 14 mile (23 km) tributary of the River Witham. It rises on the flank of Summerfields Hill to the south-west of Gelston near Hough-on-the-Hill and curves round such that it flows almost directly north, parallel to the Limestone Lincolnshire Edge. The river flows p...

West Bank Lighthouse, Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire

West Bank Lighthouse, Sutton Bridge

The East and the West Bank Lighthouses in Sutton Bridge are both Grade II listed buildings. Both are described as early 19th century structures with 20th century alterations. Both are brick built, and have been rendered and colour washed. They each consist of a single central red brick stack o...

Bourne Eau River, Bourne, Lincolnshire

Bourne Eau River, Bourne

Bourne Eau is a short river which rises in the town of Bourne and flows in an easterly direction to join the River Glen at Tongue End. It is an embanked river, as its normal level is higher than that of the surrounding Fens. Today it forms an important part of the drainage system that enables...

Skegness Cricket Club, Skegness, Lincolnshire

Skegness Cricket Club, Skegness

They are Skegness's premier sports club with facilities for cricket, hockey and squash, parking, and a members social bar. The cricket club has a long, rich and colourful history, and has been in existence since at least 1877. The Richmond Drive ground was once known as being one of the finest in...