Welcome to the Heart of Lincolnshire!
Close to the city of Lincoln, this is rural England at its very best – a perfect base to make the most of Lincolnshire’s incredible aviation heritage and historic landscapes. Nestled in the heart of Lincolnshire, North Kesteven has much to offer; endless countryside, bustling market towns and charming villages – there’s plenty to see and do whatever the weather!
Whether you are visiting for the day or a week, North Kesteven is the perfect setting; and will not only offer a very warm and friendly welcome, but many wonderful places to spend your time. You’ll find attractions to suit many interests and budgets including museums, historic houses, heritage and visitor centres, mills, arts and crafts, music and dance plus lots more!
You can read our 2017 Leisure and Days Out Guide online by clicking here. You can also request a hard copy by contacting the tourism team on the detials below.
There are also many poignant reminders of the vast aviation heritage of the district, from airfields to memorials and heritage and visitor centres; the surrounding countryside is rich in connections to 'Bomber County', a name reflecting Lincolnshire’s wartime role as a key location for bomber stations. The district is also home to the first military air academy at RAF Cranwell, a station steeped in history playing an important role during World War II. North Kesteven is home to several operational airfields serving modern day RAF, while former airfields, museums and memorials are witness to the bravery of the men and women who served in the most turbulent of times.
If you would like further information about the district or the District Council's visitor centres including Cogglesford Watermill, Navigation House and Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum, please contact the North Kesteven Tourism Team in 01529 308102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also see our 2017 programme of events by clicking here.
Last chance to see Crawell Aviation Heritage Museum's exhibition: High Flying Women - Pioneering Aviators
Open until Sunday 24 September, Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum’s current exhibition – High Flying Women – Pioneering Aviators tells the stories of female aviators from around the world. The exhibition enables visitors to discover these remarkable women and their love of flight, speed, adventure and service for their countries.
You can find out more by visiting our blog.
Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum will take to the skies with new exhibition due to open at the end of this month
Opening on Saturday 30 September, Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum’s upcoming exhibition – Airships over Lincolnshire… Lighter than Air will open to the public exploring the vital role of airships and hot air balloons have played and the involvement of the Lighter than Air Section at Cranwell. See their development over time, including the types of balloons and airships which operated from Cranwell; learn about the working life of an airship’s crew; find out about Zeppelin raids on Lincolnshire as well as the career of Barnes Wallis, a designer of airships.
For more information call 01529 488490 or email email@example.com.
Celebrating 10 Years
This year's Spires and Steeples Challenge will take place on Sunday 15 October! Run or walk 13 or 26 miles along the Spires and Steeples Arts & Heritage Trail for charity! For more informaiton visit www.1life.co.uk/spiresandsteepleschallenge.