Use our interactive map below to find out about the diverse areas of Lincolnshire.
Learn more about the areas across Lincolnshire using our interactive map.
Click or tap on any of the areas of Lincolnshire map for an introduction to the area and to find out more.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Lincolnshire Wolds boasts an abundance of countryside, nature reserves, hills and farm parks making it celebrated for its scenic walking and cycling routes, including the Viking Way.
The charming market towns of the Lincolnshire Wolds boast Georgian architecture, the largest thatched manor house, and ‘Kinema in the Woods’, the UK’s only full-time cinema still using rear projection.
A beautiful city boasting the UK’s favourite Cathedral and the nation’s most popular Castle, both set amidst medieval cobbled streets. Steeped in 2,000 years of history, Lincoln has vibrant culture, architecture and creativity.
The city boasts a packed programme of events, theatres and entertainment venues, museums and galleries, an excellent shopping experience and plenty of places to relax and unwind.
North of Lincoln you’ll find a wealth of lovely villages surrounded by countryside and the three market towns of Gainsborough, Caistor, and Market Rasen.
The countryside north of Lincoln boasts the county’s only Racecourse, one of the best preserved medieval manor houses in England and the perfect setting for walking along the Viking Way.
Nestling south of Lincoln this area of the county has three operational RAF stations and rich aviation heritage to be explored. The iconic International Bomber Command Centre.
The Heart of Lincolnshire is criss-crossed with over 135 miles of way-marked Stepping Out Walks, showcasing the hidden gems from the Knights Templar to poignant former airfields. The walks are complimented by stunning artworks scattered across the landscape enhancing your walk.
Lincolnshire’s Southern Gateway sits at the south west corner of the county and presents charming English countryside. This area boasts some of the county’s most impressive historic houses and castles, picturesque villages and fine stone market towns.
Stay a while and find wonderful open gardens, an artisan chocolatier, the birthplace of the scientist Sir Isaac Newton and special places to enjoy quality local food.
Set in the heart of Lincolnshire’s dramatic Fenland, Boston is a classic market town on the edge of the Wash. The town’s rich history is evident in the medieval buildings and its tapestry of streets and walkways, with the magnificent towering ‘Stump’ (St Botolph’s Church) visible from miles around.
There are busy weekly markets, independent shops and Pescod Square, the town’s shopping area.
The internationally recognised Humber Bridge provides a gateway to the North and North East of Lincolnshire with its acres of parks, woodland, nature reserves and cycle and footpath routes.
There’s an array of historic sites to discover – so explore the countryside by following a trail of churches, aviation or even tea pots!
Traditional seaside charm is plentiful along the coastline of Lincolnshire, with one of the UK’s favourite seaside resorts, buzzing seaside towns and family fun at the coast’s attractions.
There’s more to discover off the beaten track, with miles of golden sands, nature reserves, freshwater marshes and seashores identified as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).