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19 South Street, Caistor, Lincolnshire, LN7 6UB, Tel: 01427 676666
Caistor is an attractive mix of Georgian and Victorian buildings, a market town with a history dating back before Roman times.
Southrey, Lincolnshire, LN3 5TA, Tel: , Email
In a Lincolnshire village hides a well-kept secret, a unique 115 year old temporary wooden church.
Burton Road, Lincoln, LN1 3LY, Tel: 01522 782040, Email, www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/visiting/museums/museum-of-lincolnshire-life/ellis-windmill
Ellis windmill is a glorious 18th century working mill next door to the Museum of Lincolnshire Life. It is run by a dedicated band of volunteer millers who produce and sell flour. Special tours and openings by arrangement.
This is the home in which the rector of Epworth, Samuel Wesley, and his wife Susanna brought up their sons John and Charles Wesley (the founders of Methodism) in their childhood years, along with their seven sisters.
A magnificent medieval manor house in the centre of Gainsborough with original kitchens, great hall and tower. Connections with Richard III, Henry VIII, The Mayflower Pilgrims and John Wesley. Regular exhibitions and events.
Experience nearly 1000 years of jaw-dropping history at Lincoln Castle from battles, to the hangings of criminals and ghostly tales. At Lincoln Castle discover a site steeped in history spanning the centuries from 60 AD to the present day.
Lincoln, LN1, Tel: 01522 545458, Email, www.lincoln.gov.uk/visitor-and-leisure/events-entertainment-and-attractions/local-heritage/
The initial Roman occupation at Lincoln was a military fortress built on the top of the hill about AD60.
Lincolnshire Archives, part of Lincolnshire County Council, offers free access to the written memory of the county. Members of the public can carry out their own research into original records and reference books in the search room.
Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 7TW, Tel: 01529 305904, Email, community.lincolnshire.gov.uk/NavigationHouseVisitorCentre/
The original canal company office, built in 1838, this impressive, refurbished, grade two listed building stands in the old public wharf area, now known as Navigation Yard.
Minster Yard, Lincoln, LN2 1PX, Tel: 01522 545458, Email, www.visitlincoln.com/things-to-do/bus-tour-lincoln
Take a ride on 'Tour Lincoln', the open top city sightseeing bus with live commentary, and experience Lincoln for yourself.
St Botolph's Church, Skidbroke, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 7DQ, Tel: , www.visitchurches.org.uk
Set in magnificent isolation in the Lincolnshire marshland, this early Medieval church has the feel of a Great Hall.
Preceptory Tower, Temple Farm, Temple Road, LN5 0DG, Tel: 01529 461499
Temple Bruer was once one of the wealthiest Templar preceptories in England. The surviving 12th century tower originally formed part of the Templar church.
Thorpe Camp Visitor Centre, Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire, LN4 4PE, Tel: 07963 513287, www.thorpecamp.org
The Thorpe Camp Preservation Group has set up a Visitor Centre to commemorate those who fought for freedom in World War 2 based in Lincolnshire.
The Green High Street, Welbourn, Lincoln, LN5 0NW, Tel: 01400 272623, www.heartoflincs.com
This former forge and blacksmith's workshop dates from 1864. For over 100 years it served the needs of farmers and tradesmen. It now exhibits old photographs, displays and memorabilia and a restored earth privy.
East Street, Alford, Lincolnshire, LN13 9EH, Tel: 01507 462136
Beautiful working windmill on the edge of this popular market town. The mill produces flour from organic grain and the ground floor shop sells a range of wholefoods. Visitors may tour the mill and experience the flour milling process.
The Manor House, West Street, Alford, Lincolnshire, LN13 9HT, Tel: 01507 463073
Reputedly the largest thatched manor house in the country, Alford Manor House was built to a traditional H plan in 1611.
Old Church Lane, Great Steeping, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, PE23 5PR, Tel: 020 7213 0660
A riverside church standing in ancient fields. Built in 1748, this riverside church stands proudly on lush marshland. It is surrounded by a complex and undisturbed Medieval field system, revealed by aerial photography.
Haugham, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8PU, Tel: 020 7213 0660
The spire of All Saints soars above a round of trees in the open country of the Wolds, visible for miles around.
Saltfleetby, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 7TU, Tel: 020 7213 0660
The tall, square tower of this marshland church leans dramatically to the west, as if trying to stretch away from the long, low nave below.
Thacker Bank, Theddlethorpe, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN12 1PE, Tel: 020 7213 0660
A 14th-and 15th-century church with Norman origins, All Saints is known as the Cathedral of the Marsh – a testament to its impressive length and spacious light-filled interior, as well as the quality of the interior carvings.