Discover things to do and places to explore during the National Lottery Open Week across Lincolnshire, 19 – 27 March 2022.
From free entry into some of the UK’s most loved heritage sites to complimentary gifts, there are so many ways that the National Lottery are saying #ThanksToYou during their open week across Lincolnshire.
National Lottery players who provide proof of purchase will be able to access exclusive discounts and offers throughout the open week.
For terms and conditions of entry, please check the National Lottery Open Week website and the individual website of the attraction.
Complimentary Tour of Lincoln Castle
19 – 27 March
Explore the dark cell, chapel and exercise yard and learn all about the dark and sinister past of prisons on a complimentary taster tour of Lincoln Castle’s Victorian Prison.
Free Entry to Tattershall Castle
19 – 20, and 23 – 27 March
Visit the magnificent National Trust property that stands proud on the flat fens of Lincolnshire and view the 17th-century collections for free on selected dates during the Open Week.
Plan your visit to Tattershall Castle here.
Free Entry & Lunch for Kids at International Bomber Command Centre
19 and 26 March
Enjoy a family day out exploring the exhibition centre, gardens and the UK’s tallest memorial with Gus the Gremlin at the International Bomber Command Centre. Free entry and lunch for all children with an accompanying paying adult and presentation of your National Lottery ticket.
Explore Belton House for Free
19 – 27 March
Present your National Lottery ticket at the Visitor Reception at the Grade I listed Belton House to gain free entry during the entire week. The Carolean style country house has over 1300 acres of formal gardens and woodlands to explore, and is decorated with an extensive range of ornate art collections.
Plan your visit to Belton House here.
Claim your Free Gift Pack at The Ropewalk
19 – 20 and 22 – 27 March
Discover North Lincolnshire’s regionally acclaimed centre for the arts, and pick up a free gift pack featuring limited edition postcards, before exploring the galleries, Sculpture Garden, coffee shop and Grade II listed, and former rope factory, Ropery Hall.
Since 1994, more than £45 billion has been raised for good causes, thanks to National Lottery players across the UK. Due to this support, good cause projects in the arts, community, film heritage and sport are able to make a huge difference in their local communities.
Find out more information about the National Lottery Open Week, the projects that are involved in the Open Week, plus all of the details and terms and conditions you need to know before accessing these incredible offers on the National Lottery Website here.