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Ranked #1 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Science Museums; Cultural
Owner description: The Centre is home to Lancaster NX611 and a museum based on a WWII airfield with original control tower, Escape Society... more » Owner description: The Centre is home to Lancaster NX611 and a museum based on a WWII airfield with original control tower, Escape Society museum, Home Front exhibition, Hampden restoration project, memorial chapel and many memorabilia exhibitions. The Centre is open Mon-Sat. Closed Sundays. During the Summer the Lancaster performs taxy runs usually once a week. It is possible to have a taxy ride on the Lancaster, booking is essential as rides get booked up months in advance. « less
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Ranked #2 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
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Ranked #3 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
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Donna Nook Nature Reserve (North Somercotes)
Ranked #4 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
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Ranked #5 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Military Museums; Museums
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Gainsborough Old Hall (Gainsborough)
Ranked #6 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Architectural Buildings; Cultural
Owner description: Regularly described as a “hidden gem in Lincolnshire” this exciting visitor attraction offers a variety of events and... more » Owner description: Regularly described as a “hidden gem in Lincolnshire” this exciting visitor attraction offers a variety of events and exhibitions and an award – winning schools’ education programme. Owned by English Heritage the Hall is operated by Lincolnshire County Council. Gainsborough Old Hall is a large, late- medieval manor house built by the noble Burgh family around 1460. The house boasts an impressive Great Hall; original medieval kitchen; East and West ranges containing a myriad of rooms and a haunted ghost corridor. « less
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Steep Hill (Lincoln)
Ranked #7 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Cultural
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Parrot Zoo (Friskney)
Ranked #8 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Zoos/Aquariums
A truly wonderful attraction that is becoming more and more popular and in return offering the free bus from skegness.
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Ranked #9 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: History Museums; Museums
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Ranked #10 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: Experience the height of the fishing industry of Great Grimsby! A job often described as the 'most dangerous peacetime... more » Owner description: Experience the height of the fishing industry of Great Grimsby! A job often described as the 'most dangerous peacetime occupation in the UK', these men literally risked their lives in order to bring home fish to a port described as 'the world's premiere fishing port'. Come and see their story! « less
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Ranked #11 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
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Ranked #12 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: ; History Museums; Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: A collection of over 50 1950/60s microcars and scooters, archive material Plus loads of memorabilia that take you down memory... more » Owner description: A collection of over 50 1950/60s microcars and scooters, archive material Plus loads of memorabilia that take you down memory lane. We also have a tearooms with homemade goodies, a gift shop with lots of toys you thought you had forgotten and a campsite. Whats not to like ? « less
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Ranked #13 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
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Skegness Stadium (Skegness)
Ranked #14 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields; Theaters & Stadiums
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Ranked #15 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
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Ranked #16 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Zoos/Aquariums
Owner description: Natureland is well known for rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned and injured seal pups that are stranded on Lincolnshire... more » Owner description: Natureland is well known for rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned and injured seal pups that are stranded on Lincolnshire beaches. Our visitors can see the seals and lots of other wonderful animals including penguins, tropical birds/butterflies, pets corner, aquarium, tropical house, koi carp pool, animal brass rubbing, gift shop and refreshments available. « less
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Burghley Park (Stamford)
Ranked #17 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: Designed in 1754, these graceful serpentine gardens feature a gothic greenhouse, stables, and a picturesque summerhouse... more » Owner description: Designed in 1754, these graceful serpentine gardens feature a gothic greenhouse, stables, and a picturesque summerhouse beside a scenic lake. « less
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Ranked #18 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Zoos/Aquariums
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Ranked #19 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Other
Owner description: The centre was formerly part of No.1 Communal Site, RAF Woodhall Spa, and was Built in 1940 with a planned life span of only... more » Owner description: The centre was formerly part of No.1 Communal Site, RAF Woodhall Spa, and was Built in 1940 with a planned life span of only 10 years!. The site included the Officers and Sergeants Messes, Airmen's Dining Halls and the NAAFI building, together with Ration Store, Latrines and Ablution Block. Only the Airmens's Dining Halls, the NAAFI, Ablution Block and Ration Store are within the Centre's boundary The Thorpe Camp Preservation Group established the Visitor Centre in 1988 to commemorate those Airmen who flew from the airfield in World War II. 97, 619, 617 (Dambusters) and 627 Squadrons were based at RAF Woodhall Spa. « less
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Ranked #20 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
Owner description: Experience the wonders of the Wash on the RSPB's fantastic Frampton Marsh reserve.Bring the family and take out a Wildlife... more » Owner description: Experience the wonders of the Wash on the RSPB's fantastic Frampton Marsh reserve.Bring the family and take out a Wildlife Explorer backpack for fun activities around the site. Admire the view from the sea bank and see the fantastic wildlife of the Wash and south Lincolnshire coast from our trails and hides.Need to refuel? Pop into our Visitor Centre for and drink and a snack and chat to our friendly volunteers. « less
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Burghley House (Stamford)
Ranked #21 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: This historic Elizabethan house (circa 1587) features a serpentine park that was designed by Lancelot Brown and a gothic... more » Owner description: This historic Elizabethan house (circa 1587) features a serpentine park that was designed by Lancelot Brown and a gothic greenhouse and stables. « less
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Ranked #22 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Military Bases/ Facilities; Cultural
Owner description: The RAF Scampton Heritage Centre is housed inside the Annexe offices of the former 617 Sqn Hangar which is an English... more » Owner description: The RAF Scampton Heritage Centre is housed inside the Annexe offices of the former 617 Sqn Hangar which is an English Heritage Grade II listed building.After a period of extensive renovation work carried out by volunteers, the Heritage Centre re-opened in June 2012. There is now the opportunity to see Wg Cdr Guy Gibsons office as it would have looked like in 1943.The Heritage Centre is open to the public by appointment only. Visits can be booked through the Head Curator Mr Roger Crisp. We can accommodate small and large groups, coach tours are very welcome as well as school trips. « less
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Belton House (Grantham)
Ranked #23 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #24 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Castles; Cultural
15th-century tower
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Ranked #25 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Scenic Railroads; Landmarks
Owner description: Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is a fantastic way to see the resort of Cleethorpes. Steam and diesel locomotives on the 15"... more » Owner description: Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is a fantastic way to see the resort of Cleethorpes. Steam and diesel locomotives on the 15" gauge track take visitors on a two-mile journey along the seafront, stopping at three stations. But the attraction is much more than a railway. It includes a tea room, The Signal Box Inn - reputed to be the world's smallest pub - a gift shop, locomotive sheds and workshops. « less
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Ranked #26 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Zoos/Aquariums
Owner description: A visit to Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary offers a unique nature experience. Walk through two acres of landscaped dunes - only... more » Owner description: A visit to Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary offers a unique nature experience. Walk through two acres of landscaped dunes - only fifty metres from the sea - and gain first hand experience of some of the county's most stunning wildlife. « less
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Ranked #27 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Architectural Buildings; Gardens; Cultural
Owner description: Gunby Hall is a country house in Gunby, near Spilsby, in Lincolnshire. Otherwise known as Tennyson’s ‘Haunt of Ancient... more » Owner description: Gunby Hall is a country house in Gunby, near Spilsby, in Lincolnshire. Otherwise known as Tennyson’s ‘Haunt of Ancient Peace’, Gunby Hall is a fine ‘William and Mary’ red brick house, dating from 1700 and extended in the 1870s, located in a quiet corner of Lincolnshire. Many of the rooms are paneled and there is a beautiful oak staircase. The house contains collections of grand family portraits, elegant furniture and exquisite china. The Massingberd family had connections with many influential people of their day; from the Wedgewood family, Tennyson and the composer Ralph Vaughn Williams to Rudyard Kipling and Charles Darwin. Bennett Langton, James Boswell and Dr Johnson were also regular visitors to the house and there is a famous signed copy of Boswell’s ‘The Life of Dr Johnson’ kept in the Library. Joshua Reynolds’ paintings of Bennett Langton and his wife are part of the collection as well a beautiful grand piano that Ralph Vaughn Williams played when visiting the Massingberds. The exquisite garden is planted with traditional English plants, fruit and flowers. It has a dovecot that pre dates the house and a charming loveseat hidden away behind fragrant roses « less
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Woolsthorpe Manor (Grantham)
Ranked #28 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural

This is a small treasure.  It is a manor house, once owned by the family of Isaac Newton and where he was living during the Plague years when Cambridge University was closed - he... more »

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Ranked #29 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: Parks; Farms; Outdoors
Owner description: Rushmoor Country Park is a small family owned seasonal animal attraction set on 6 acres and whether you are young or old -... more » Owner description: Rushmoor Country Park is a small family owned seasonal animal attraction set on 6 acres and whether you are young or old - happy or grouchy we like to think there is something here to make you smile...we have bottle feeding lambs in the Spring and early summer - lots of little animals to pick up and cuddle, birds of prey to mesmerise and awe - and the larger sheep, ponies, jersey cow and goats - all with their lambs and kids through the summer months, ducks, geese, doves, chipmunks, ferrets....plus a tea room full of fresh coffee and home mades cakes, big Lincolnshire breakfasts, Ploughmans, jacket potatoes, toasties and more.....a small walk round garden opening into tea gardens plus picnic area, play area and bouncy castle. « less
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Ranked #30 of 144 attractions in Lincolnshire
Category: History Museums; Museums
Owner description: Situated in the heart of historic Lincoln, The Collection brings together Lincoln's archaeology museum and the Usher Gallery... more » Owner description: Situated in the heart of historic Lincoln, The Collection brings together Lincoln's archaeology museum and the Usher Gallery in one fantastic visitor centre. The Collection includes a wealth of artefacts from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, Roman, Saxon, Viking and Medieval eras as well as fine, decorative and contemporary visual arts. Now Open.....Play at The Collection is a free activity centre, bright and engaging there's lots for younger children to do and a safe play space for babies. There is also plenty for older children to do in the museum including interactives, mosaic making and trails to follow.Enjoy our newly refurbished cafe run by Lincoln's premier tea and coffee specialists, Stokes of Lincoln. « less
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