Lincolnshire is home to countless heritage sites that you can explore while keeping safe and socially distanced. Getting outside locally and enjoying exercise is important.
Stately homes around the county offer a huge range of places to explore safely outdoors, from picturesque walks to cycle routes that surround these splendid homes. A great way to stay healthy with your household.
Doddington Hall Cycle Routes
Doddington Hall is a popular heritage site just on the edge of Lincoln and easily accessible.
You can enjoy the various cycle routes such as the Georgie Twigg Track . A perfect ribbon of tarmac winds through the fields with some lovely sweeping bends which are a treat to ride on the wide, smooth surface.
Find more information on the Doddington Hall website .
Burghley House Parklands Walk
Burghley House itself may be closed until 2021 but The Parkland remains open to visitors.
Get some fresh air and exercise around Burghley House. The Parklands themselves are a huge expanse of open, tended scenery that surround the heritage site, truly beautiful all times of year.
Lincoln City Heritage Trails
As an ancient city, Lincoln is filled with great heritage sites for locals to wander around. Many of which are hidden away from the usual tourist traps. From the battle of 1217 to Roman trail, you can explore the ancient history that is round on your doorstep.
The aviation trail is also a popular route, covering the City and surrounding area.
To find a trail, head to https://www.visitlincoln.com/trails