City, Countryside & Coast

Discover a host of exciting things to do in Lincolnshire. From rolling countryside with historic market towns and villages, to an award winning coastline and Britain's Best Small City, there is so much to see and do in this county of contrasts.

lincolnshire experiences

Discover exciting attractions and fun-filled experiences unique to Lincolnshire.

Lincoln Castle
Anderby Creek

choose a destination

Choose beautiful countryside or coastal landscapes, historic towns or a vibrant city.

food & drink

Take your pick of restaurants, pubs and cafés or discover quality produce grown, reared and crafted right here in the county.

The Six Bells, Bourne
Cleethorpes Pier

The Great English Seaside Experience

Head to the Lincolnshire coast for the traditional English seaside experience. Entertainment is never in short supply – from fun on the beachfront with fish ‘n’ chips to all the fun of the fairground.

Gunby Gardens

Gardens & Country Parks

Discover exquisite formal gardens, picturesque country parks and wild flower meadows. Enjoy peaceful strolls and being amongst at some of the county's finest gardens and country parks.

Gunby Hall, Spilsby
Gunby Hall, Spilsby


inspiring sights

Lincolnshire is positively bursting with spectacular heritage experiences.

Willingham Woods, Market Rasen

Dog Friendly

prime spots for your pampered pooches

Lincolnshire is known for its beautiful open spaces so there are lots of great places for you to take in the natural landscapes whilst out with your four-legged family members!

The Pig & Whistle


tasty choices

If you love good food, choose Lincolnshire for its reputation for delicious local food. You'll find an incredible variety of restaurants, local pubs and farm shops.

why we love Lincolnshire

From magnificent heritage and culture to stunning landscapes, beautiful beaches and, of course, delicious food and drink, there are lots of reasons why we love Lincolnshire.

5 March - 29 May 2022

GAIA by Luke Jerram

At The Collection Museum, Lincoln from Saturday 5 March 2022 to Sunday 29 May 2022.

Visitors will be able to gaze upon the Earth as if from space, without ever having to leave the atmosphere. Tickets are free but places will be limited.