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Map of Lincolnshire

Tattershall Water Park

Tattershall Lakes Country Park, Castle Lake, Sleaford Road, Tattershall LN4 4LR, UK

Activities Away

Thorpe Ln, South Hykeham, Lincoln LN6 9NW, UK

Spalding Water Taxi

Broad Gate, Weston Hills, Spalding PE12 6DB, UK

Hubbards Hills

Crowtree Ln, Louth LN11 0QW, UK

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

Alexandra Dock, Grimsby DN31 1UZ, UK

International Bomber Command Centre

Canwick Ave, Lincoln LN4 2HQ, UK

Doodles

High Rd, Weston, Spalding PE12 6JU, UK

Wild Pines Park

Legsby Rd, Market Rasen LN8 3DZ, UK

Skydive Hibaldstow

Hibaldstow Airfield, Redbourne Rd, Hibaldstow, Brigg DN20 9NN, UK

Holly Tree

Holly Tree Soft Play, Fen Road, Washingborough, Lincoln, UK

Ark Wildlife Park

ARK wildlife park & exotic animal sanctuary, Stickney, United Kingdom

Gunby Estate

National Trust - Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens, Gunby, Spilsby, UK

Grimsthorpe Castle

Grimsthorpe Castle, Bourne, UK

Easton Walled Gardens

Easton Walled Gardens, Easton Lane, Grantham, UK

Doddington Hall and Gardens

Doddington Hall, Doddington, UK

Burghley House

Burghley House, Peterborough, Stamford, UK

Skegness Aquarium

Skegness Aquarium, Tower Esplande, Skegness, UK

County Information

Lincolnshire is a historical county in the east of England. The county is the second-largest of the English ceremonial counties and one that is predominantly agricultural in land use. Lincolnshire is on the East coast of England with the Humber and the Wash forming part of its northern and southern boundaries respectively. Its county town is Lincoln, and other major towns include Boston, Grimsby and Skegness. The four main geographical areas of Lincolnshire are The Wolds, the Fens, the Marshes and The Lincoln Edge, or Cliff, which is a limestone escarpment running north-south along the western half of the county.

Much of the county, with its rural character is reminiscent of a past era, but to the north, along the Humber, ports such as Immingham and Grimsby, and the steel-making town of Scunthorpe stand out in contrast. The most prominent tourist areas are Skegness, Ingoldmells and Chapel St Leonards, where large caravan parks serve the resorts. Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes and Humberston are also increasingly popular tourist destinations.

The fenlands of Lincolnshire attract many birds, and nature reserves such as Gibraltar Point, Saltfleetby and Theddlethorpe draw many bird enthusiasts.
Woolthorpe Manor is famous for being the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton, who attended The King’s School at Grantham, and Lincolnshire has been home to a number of other famous people, including Charles and John Wesley, and more recently, Margaret Thatcher.

More Days Out in the East Midlands

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