Things To Do in Lincolnshire

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Havenside Nature Reserve, Boston
Situated on the outskirts of the market town of Boston is a lesser know nature reserve bristling with beautiful Lincolnshire wildlife.Overlooking the salt water stretch of the River Witham, known as The Haven, the park is linear in shape and can be accessed on foot by the seabank path.You might witness anything from oyster catchers and barn owls to bats and common seals. There is a superb mix of r...
Bracebridge Heath Library, Bracebridge
Closed on Wednesdays the Bracebridge Heath library benefits from a wide selection of books that sees shelves and spinners crammed with paperbacks and hardbacks.Organised, spacious and wheelchair friendly there is comfortable seating and helpful staff on hand with any questions or inquiries you might have.There are thousands of books to borrow and the library also lends DVDs and CDs. There is inter...
Sundown Adventureland, Gainsborough
Sundown Adventureland is an exciting theme park designed for children under ten.Take a journey back in time into Robin Hood's world. Watch out for those Wicked Pirates on the Barrel Boat Ride. Have great fun exploring the farm on the Tractor Ride!Visit Crash Landings the fantastic four storey indoor play area. Experience a spectacular train journey aboard the Rocky Mountain Railroad and don't forg...
Wharton Hall Farm Park, Gainsborough
Wharton Hall Farm Park offers a fun filled farm situated on the outskirts of Gainsborough.With both indoor and outdoor activities Wharton includes a hands on learning experience for visitors of all ages, soft play area and all required facilities.Feed the animals, play in the heated play barn, race a grown up on the pedal Go Karts or just sit together and relax watching the animals.There's no bett...
Frontline Laser Tag, Lincoln
Set in the enchanting woodland of the Lincolnshire showground, come along for a fun filled Laser Tag session.Using high powered infra-red laser technology, players must combine teamwork with individual determination to achieve mission objectives. Frontline Activities' staff are first aid trained, CRB checked and passionate about delivering a great session to you.A variety of games built up over ye...

Boultham Library, Boultham
With ample nearby parking space The Boultham Library has hundreds of well stocked shelves.Organised, spacious and wheelchair friendly there is comfortable seating and helpful staff on hand with any questions or inquiries you might have.There are thousands of hardbacks and paperbacks to borrow and the library also lends DVDs and CDs. There is internet access and a fax service.Fees may apply for any...
Green Futures, Bradley
Green Futures is a small group of passionate individuals who believe in working for a Great Green Grimsby. You can find them at the Vanson Centre in Bradley.As a community based project they rely on a band selfless and hard working volunteers. Growing stuff is hands on work and great fun so if anyone is interested in getting involved simply get in touch through their website or visit the site. Peo...
Black Lady Of Bradley Woods, Bradley
Bradley is a village and civil parish in north east pocket of the county with a population of over two hundred.There is a Grade II listed medieval church, dedicated to St. George, built during the 12th century, possibly of Norman origin. Nearby, stands Bradley Woods, a picturesque stretch of paths and trees and undergrowth.The legend of the Black Lady dates back to the War of the Roses and is a tr...
St George's Parish Church, Bradley
St George's ancient medieval church and churchyard are tucked away on a single road, one of the routes by which people walk or ride through to Bradley Woods.Sadly, the church is usually locked, but it is open around the normal service time at 6 o'clock each Sunday and for an annual open weekend at Harvest. Of possible Norman origin, and built during the 12th century, it features wonderful panellin...
The Wanderlust Way, Bradley
The Wanderlust Way is a 20 mile circular route through some of North East Lincolnshire's most picturesque countryside.It starts at Bradley Woods to the west of Grimsby and then weaves its way through some of the area's most attractive villages, including Barnoldby le Beck. The walk also passes St. Helen's Church.For generations the tale of The Black Lady of Bradley Woods has been told. a ghost whi...