The long climb up the stairs to the top is well worth it for the view alone, but there are lots of interesting rooms to explore on your climb.
From the road the castle looks small, but we were amazed once inside the grounds at how impressive it was. There are six floor and with the use of the free audio radio we found the history and layout f the castle fascinating. From the battlements the eye can reach Boston Stump and Lincoln Cathedral. With six flights up round... More
We done a night ghost hunt at Tattershall castle the history about this place is great and the castle itself is pretty goodas well.
If you can climb stairs this is a "Must Do" visit if you are ever anywhere close. Whilst it is mostly devoid of any furniture etc the walls just Ooze history and unlike most castles I have visited it has a cosy feel that made my Wife and I feel like we could live in the place. We were lucky... More
Rather an attractive and somewhat strangely laid out building. Just went on a whim for something to do. Open roof overlooks RAF Conningsby (but that Hercy bird never did take off, despite powering up a couple of times). Also overlooks Tattershall Lakes Park - if you fancy watching a bit of Jet Skiing.
This red-brick tower in the flat Lincolnshire countryside is a photographer's dream, both because of its own sturdy appeal and because of the views it offers once you've made your way up to the roof. The castle played a key part in the history of England's heritage, thanks to Lord Curzon's rescue of the building in 1911 (including his recovery... More
This great old stone building is a fascinating place to visit and well worth the drive from Lincoln. The 149 step stone staircase winds through five floor to the roof, and each floor has a history to itself. On our visit recreations in costume demonstrated wool spinning and ancient toys. Visit the old church next door also, and peruse the... More
Castle and tower to wander around. An amazing restoration which is detailed on various information boards throughout the property. Tremendous views from the top of the tower. Although there isn't much to do in the grounds once the castle and tower has been explored, do spend some time in the church next door. Volunteers run a small café selling drinks,... More
Very good NT property with good picnicking in grounds. The climb of 150 steps is done in stages and well worth it for the surrounding views We could watch planes taking off from RAF Coningsby and see for miles Good parking nearby and refreshments and homemade goodies for sale in the Church
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