Top 5 things to do in Lincolnshire
Whether you choose to stay with us for one night or a full week, you’ll find plenty of sights to see and things to do right on our doorstep. For starters, here’s a quick guide to some of the most popular attractions in Lincolnshire.
Dating back to 1139, this historic treasure is the perfect place to explore for history enthusiasts. Walk around the ruins and gardens while taking in the beautiful surroundings.
The highest rated activity in Barton Upon Humber, the Ropewalk has a lot to offer. Home to four gallery spaces, a museum, a sculpture garden, 15 artists’ studios, free workshops and lots of special art showcases, the Ropewalk is sure to have something to suit everyone’s taste. The Ropewalk Trail also offers a picturesque walk along the Humber River. Find out more on their website:
Gainsborough Old Hall
Go back to Medieval times and discover Old English heritage – Henry VIII & Richard III were even visitors! From the Great Hall and tower to the Medieval kitchen and banquet hall, Gainsborough Hall will transport you back into Old England. A must visit. Find out more: www.gainsborougholdhall.com
This stunning Cathedral is not to be missed if you choose to venture into Lincoln city centre. Boasting gorgeous architecture and religious sculptures, stained glass windows and art, you will not be disappointed when you visit. There is also the opportunity to learn about the Cathedral’s history and restoration. To find out more, check out their website: www.lincolncathedral.com
Grimsby Heritage Fishing Centre
This award-winning attraction will give you lots to see, hear and smell. This centre gives you a great insight into fishing history and the life of trawlermen, with interactive displays and exhibits. You don’t have to be a fishing enthusiast to enjoy this little gem.