What to do and where to go...
Discover a rich history and heritage across the county from Roman ruins and Norman gems that have stood for centuries to Tudor palaces and splendid Victorian houses - each offering an equally impressive visitor experience.
Things to do
For over 200 years', Lincoln Cathedral stood as the tallest building in the world. Completed in 1311, it stands proudly alongside it's 11th century neighbour, Lincoln Castle, keeper to one of only four original copies of the Magna Carta. Visit website
Experience the seaside
For a traditional British seaside experience heading to the Lincolnshire coast will not disappoint. Come rain or shine, entertainment is never in short supply – from family fun on the beachfront to fish ‘n’ chips to all the fun of the fair.View seaside escapes
A world-class facility to serve as a point for recognition, remembrance and reconciliation for Bomber Command. The Centre includes the UK’s tallest war memorial, walls of remembrance, peace gardens, a digital archive, and an exhibition.Visit Aviation Heritage
Cadwell Park is Lincolnshire's home of the British Superbike Championship and thousands flock for the annual weekend over the Bank Holiday in August.View Website
Things to do
One of the UK’s finest Regency castles. The ancestral home of the Duke of Rutland with an unbroken line for almost a thousand years. Explore beautifully established Formal Gardens at Belvoir Castle. Wander around the relaxing and tranquil Japanese Woodland and Hermit’s Garden and enjoy excellent colour displays and beautiful scents in the Duchess Garden and Rose Garden.Find out more