Find Yourself in North Lincolnshire
A patchwork of culture, heritage and nature. A colourful place where old meets new. North Lincolnshire is the place to visit time and time again.
A centre for creative minds and culture North Lincolnshire is the place to be in 2017. You’ll find something for all the family with lots of free events and activities happening across the attractions throughout the year.
We’re the gateway to the Humber region with plenty of places to stay, eat and enjoy. If you’re planning a visit to Hull City of Culture 2017 we’re perfectly situated with easy transport links and lots of attractions to explore.
Discover our historic market towns with a great choice of independent shops and traditional street markets - from fashion to food festivals you will be spoilt for choice. Venture into Epworth, Brigg or Barton upon Humber. Browse and shop in their quaint boutiques, antique shops and quirky stores to find those one of trendy pieces no-one else will have.
Wander down memory lane and visit one of the many museums, art galleries and heritage attractions. You’ll find the finest of North Lincolnshire’s collections and exhibitions ready for you to explore. Normanby Hall Country Park was once used as a First World War Auxiliary Hospital. You can learn all about the hospital in the Hall’s permanent exhibition. Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse is managed by English Heritage and is one of the most prized Gatehouses in Britain.
Relax and replenish your batteries by North Lincolnshire’s quiet and windy rivers, ancient woodlands or fragrant formal gardens. Try a round of golf or really set your pulse racing with activities such as skydiving, Arial Trail, paint balling or keep active at the new Airkings Trampoline Park. Fancy some romance? Take a spa day at Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort with your loved one and stay overnight for an unforgettable experience.
Exploring North Lincolnshire by foot or cycle is easy. Many miles of interesting and challenging cycle routes are available or get your walking boots on and enjoy the breath-taking scenery and wildlife by foot. Stop by one of the North Lincolnshire’s delicious tearooms or country pubs for a well-earned break. You can download PDFs of lots of walking and cycling routes from www.visitnorthlincolnshire.com.
A gastronomic haven awaits you in one of the many welcoming places to eat. Dine at the exquisite Winteringham Fields or chill out with a slice of cake at one of North Lincolnshire Teapot Trail Tearooms. Whether you’re hungry or looking for a humble cup of tea North Lincolnshire has many cafés, tearooms, restaurants and inns to choose from. Bon Appetite! Local produce is a real love in North Lincolnshire. The award winning Brigg Farmers’ Market showcases the best of local produce from cheese and dairy, delicious organic meats, fresh fruit and vegetables, an artisan baker and much more.
We’re centrally located amongst important cites. You can easily transport yourself in and around North Lincolnshire with plenty of transport connections by rail, car, bus, air or even by sea. Find nearby cities, such as Hull (10 mins), Lincoln (45 mins), Leeds (1hr), York (1.15hr) Sheffield (1hr), all short and easy distances from North Lincolnshire making us a fantastic gateway to northern cities.
For more information about visiting North Lincolnshire contact a Tourist Information Centre:
Brigg Tourist Information Centre
Market Place, Brigg
t: 01652 657053
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Find Yourself in North Lincolnshire...and discover the unexpected.
You can visit www.visitnorthlincolnshire.com and plan your visit today