There are plenty of fantastic places in Lincolnshire for you to visit and they all have a fascinating history.
Lincolnshire is England’s second largest county and has stunning countryside, lovely market towns, traditional seaside resorts and, of course, the beautiful city of Lincoln.
From the bustling hubs of Boston and Grimsby, to the coastal retreats of Skegness and Sutton on Sea, and into the quaint market towns of Louth and Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire has something for everyone.
Lincolnshire has a fascinating history, lovely countryside and pretty market towns.
Did you know Boston in the 13th century was England’s leading port, and that it has important links to the Pilgrim Fathers who helped to shape the current USA?
Or that Sleaford is home to Britain’s largest arts centre dedicated to the promotion of modern craft and design?
Or who described Stamford as being ‘the finest stone town in England’?
The county is full of rich history and incredible culture, so there’s always somewhere good to visit.
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