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#1 of 78 things to do in Lincoln
... tells a really good story of how bomber command worked in the war and is very informative.The guides are very knowledgeable too.They also have a very good cafe and souvenir shop.The IBCC is well worth a visit.
Staff were so friendly and knowledgeable Lovely café with excellent food High quality gift shop Very well set out site A very fitting tribute to all those who served in Bomber Command in any role
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Thorpe Camp Visitor Centre

Tattershall 15.1 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Tattershall
It is a perfect look into wartime Lincolnshire Each exhibit and each building takes you through the war years and into the modern age of aviation in Lincolnshire.
What a brilliant afternoon we had there, our dog Millie enjoyed it too.A great collection of history, a lovely little cafe ,with beautiful cakes.looking

Lincolnshire Wolds

Louth 10.8 mi away
#1 of 24 things to do in Louth
Rolling hills and unspoilt countryside with the Capital of the Wolds, the market town of Louth, where you can shop in the quirky shops, eat in the wonderful teashops, pubs and restaurants and buy local produce in...
The scenery is fantastic very relaxing plenty of places to visit well worth the visit would recommend a visit to anyone wanting peace and quiet

Museum of Lincolnshire Life

Lincoln 27.9 mi away
#5 of 78 things to do in Lincoln
There are some amazing exhibits to enjoy, a great venue, well organised and ran by very enthusiastic and friendly staff....a great tea room with a good selection of reasonably priced beverages and snacks.
Everyday household objects from Victorian Times, a thorough history of Lincolnshire army activities from the 17th century onwards, and a very comprehensive collection of farm machinery including steam powered behe...

St James Church

Louth 10.9 mi away
#2 of 24 things to do in Louth
Go up the tower to see ancient winding gear used to make this the tallest parish church spire in the land and to get some superlative views of lovely Louth and the unspoilt Lincolnshire countryside beyond.
St James church uncouth has lots of history to it and especially it's steeple it often has exhibitions on show for you to look at and learn from, I would day it is well worth a visit if your in Louth

The Royal Station Wolferton

Wolferton, UK 31.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Wolferton
Only spent a short time here but it's well worth a visit, the grounds are kept in wonderful order, people here were very friendly, makes you thing of how much care was taken when the royals used it, brilliant place
The detail and effort that has gone into the restoration is to be seen, Richard the owner is a true rail and history lover and has taken the time to open his garden to visitors and all for completely free!!

Bransby Horses

Bransby 32.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Bransby
It was freshly cooked piping hot and delicious locally sourced ingredients , I will definitely visit again , the visit was interesting and informative with a nice gift shop that sells a variety of items , well wor...
Bransby is alsays a great place to visit anytime of the year, the cafe is an oasis and highly recommended, lovely staff, access friendly, good menu catering for everyone and excellent value!

Visit the Bunker - RAF Holmpton

Holmpton, UK 31.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Holmpton
Fascinating trip back in time, guides are knowledgeable and helpful, and I was amazed by this museum - great value for money and a real gem, worth a visit
Fascinating look at our fairly recent history Knowledgable staff who are clearly enthusiasts huge amount of artefacts for scientific/military interests Highly recommended

RSPB Frampton Marsh

Boston 21.4 mi away
#1 of 22 things to do in Boston
Had an interesting walk at this superb reserve, a variety of birds were seen including loads of Egrets (never seen so many in one place!) a small but decent visitor centre with helpful volunteers made for an enjoy...
... time walking our 2 dogs - visited the Visiting Centre - saw too many birds for my poor species knowledge - but the views were stunning & the weather so kind this year - well worth a visit - free parking as well !
#1 of 1 things to do in East Kirkby
The guides Peter and Victor were excellent with loads of anecdotes, our guide Peter's dad had been a navigator on a Lancaster so his stories were superb, the site is well worth a visit with friendly knowledgable s...
Liz is incredible with her knowledge and humour, Tim the pilot was amazing and happy to talk to you, the team in the cafe put on an amazing lunch for us VIPs and even sang happy birthday to me.

St. Botolph's Church

Boston 18.7 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Boston
A beautiful church that should probably have been a cathedral, possibly one of the largest churches in the country and certainly the tallest tower, well worth a visit in this historical market town.
For those that are able to climb the tower on a clear day you can see for miles, a cafeteria providing beverages homemade cakes and lunches and a gift shop, but most of all a warm welcome.

Dambusters Memorial

Woodhall Spa 15.5 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Woodhall Spa
A real pity that this is almost hidden it’s a fitting memorial to an amazing piece of British history and genius and the brave men who carried out one of the most amazing military operations ever
Lovely monument and a great tribute the pilots, parked in car park and just let the imagine run with you, these guys were brave and fought for our freedom

Sand Train

Mablethorpe 8.5 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Mablethorpe
give you legs a rest a ride along the beach on this great little train is great fun for both adults and children takes you right into the centre pullover which after a short walk you are in the town and loved it w...
We have 4 stops for 5 people brilliant only £4 and it was brilliant and surprising you get great value for money for distance so go take the sand train the kids and everyone in fact will love it

Lincoln Guildhall

Lincoln 27.8 mi away
#3 of 78 things to do in Lincoln
The building is well worth a visit and our guide, Colin Hill, was really good, explaining a lot about its history and showing us some of the items and documents it contains.
Excellent tour of the Guild Hall - extremely knowledgeable and informative guide.

RSPB Titchwell Marsh

Titchwell, UK 27.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Titchwell
£6 per car, or free to RSPB members and you get hours of entertainment, free access to and amazing beach, an excellent little cafe serving things like jacket potatoes, sandwiches, cakes etc and a lovely little shop.
Took refuge in the main hide...three visitors six volunteers Saw amazing number of Who gets Plus Spoonbills Ruff Godwit Spoonbills Wood sandpiper And juvenile marsh harrier Highlight of our trip
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The Village, Church Farm

Skegness 10.0 mi away
#2 of 34 things to do in Skegness
Visited this wonderful little gem tucked away 5 minutes from skegness town centre Great atmosphere staff very friendly and helpful with the history of the house Lovely tea shop selling a varied of hot and cold dri...
We visited church farm on the off chance and was really impressed The staff were lovely and really helpful Can recommend everything about this place Lovely cafe Will definately be returning Well done to all volunt...

Holkham Bay

Wells-next-the-Sea, UK 34.7 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Wells-next-the-Sea
Love this beautiful beach such a relaxing place to be all day great to get a free tan with other naturalists the unspoilt coast is spectacular and the see is warm with a shallow incline which seems to go on forever
Beautiful long walk along the beach and with the dunes on a glorious windy but sunny Saturday along the beach and in the wood up to Wells beach cafe.. well worth a visit!

Orchard Farm Equestrian

Skegness 6.7 mi away
#1 of 34 things to do in Skegness
Jamie took us out on an amazing 2 hour beach ride, where canters and gallops were plentiful and where your able to take the horses into the surf... as a guide Jamie was professional but very friendly and knew the...
We had the most wonderful time and would defiantly recommend the riding school both for beginners to start with a hack or those with a bit more experience and a run on the beach.

Holkham National Nature Reserve

Wells-next-the-Sea, UK 35.0 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Wells-next-the-Sea
We love it here our dogs love it here and its great for horse riders too , its so big and sandy and the sea is usually calm , its just an amazing place to visit, we will always come back here as often as we can !
In 2 hours I saw a huge flock of wigeon as well as teal, Brent geese and lapwings in the fields either side of the car park, & goldcrest, long tailed tits & red kite and kestrel hunting in the pines.

Brancaster Bay

Brancaster, UK 27.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Brancaster
Great for kite flying, sandcastle building, bodyboarding, etc. Parking is available right next to the beach (get there early if it's a sunny day- it's a large car park but also a popular beach).
Whole area is a natural peaceful tranquil area..lovely for couples to stroll and beautiful beach at brancaster with brilliant kiosk.Be careful of tides.

Church of St. Mary Magdalene

Sandringham, UK 31.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Sandringham
There are two graves on the right as you walk up the path which are the graves of a son of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, a little boy who died at a day old and a grave of a son of George V and Queen Mary, the pr...
It is a beautiful church well worth a visit the altar is amazing it is so full of history and quite a lot to see inside it

Mablethorpe Beach

Mablethorpe 9.3 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Mablethorpe
What a beautiful clean beach, the grandchildren played happily in the sea ️ gorgeous the little town has everything for a brill time, a lovely array of shops and cafes, a fabulous funfair and everything a yo...
Best beach around for miles!! Love Mablethorpe Beach, it’s lovely and clean and loads of fun things to do...Queen’s Park is fun for boat rides, play areas, crazy golf and train rides...there’s a funfair right on t...

Docks Beers

Grimsby 24.9 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Grimsby
Great venue with friendly staff always happy to help with advice on the beers available, dog friendly so I can take man's best friend with me and have a couple of delicious beers and time out with locals and regul...
I’m a frequent visitor now!.. a choice of their own great brewed beers ( on site) and always delicious guest beers on tap or cask .. staff are friendly and knowledgeable and make you feel very welcome..Definitely...

Heckington Windmill

Sleaford 25.0 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Sleaford
Cafe is clean and friendly with good food & comfortable 10/10 Thanks Has its windmill and museum and a brewery Lots of parking so we will call again
A great family day out with plenty to do There is a very good hands on demonstration area where there is a lot to be learned Venture further and you can try grinding some flour yourself before heading up the steps...

Old Hunstanton Beach

Old Hunstanton, UK 24.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Old Hunstanton
A great place for dog walkers, families etc. TOP TIP: Ensure you have a camera with you and if you're around late afternoon pls ensure you have a camera ready as you'll get a lovely sunset!
Whether the tide is in or out, you cannot beat this beach, big car park, easy access to the beach, miles of shoreline to walk, if the tide is out added bonus

Radcliffe Donkey Sanctuary

Alford 5.9 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Alford
... are friendly and its a fun way to pass the time You can also sponsor a donkey , they also have a small cafe area where you can get a coffee or a snack, they also have chickens running around its just a fun pla...
We visit the sanctuary every year a few times depending on weather and time of year we have visitors as always take them there.
#4 of 34 things to do in Skegness
... refreshing change to have a stroll round the network of paths at Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve and finish with a lovely (individual) pot of tea and a substantial meal in the clean, welcoming cafe and gift shop.
... the visitors centre, did first part of the walk, then stopped and had a fantastic lunch at the visitor centre, then parked at the beach car park and did second part of walk, lovely especially along the seafront
#1 of 2 things to do in Coningsby
Love this place makes me feel proud to be British fantastic gift shop and cafe, the staff are lovely and very knowledgeable this is my 3rd visit an I will come again
We are both aircraft mad - so definitely a great 'tick in the box' for us to achieve.We had a very knowledgeable guide with a great sense of humour,I am ex RAF and we had both attended the same Apprentice School :...

The Bubblecar Museum

Boston 17.3 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in Boston
You enter through the nice little café (which serves a nice coffee and delicious cakes), the museum is well laid out with 2 floors, downstairs you find most of the bigger bubble cars and there is 36 of them, also...
Lovely tea and cake and fantastic value we will be back ,some fantastic rare little cars Looks a great campsite as well Thank you

Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre

Spalding 31.1 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Spalding
My grandson and I love to visit the owl centre, the animals are well cared for and everywhere is clean and spacious, each time we visit something has been revamped or updated, the flying display is amazing and the...
All in all its a great place to visit, great price, A intersting mix including a fox, sadly she lost her beautiful mate recently the very impressive Hazard.