The perfect place to explore Lincolnshire's history
The beautiful county of Lincolnshire is steeped in history and offers tourists a wealth of heritage destinations to visit.
South Holland in particular is rich in history dating back to the Romans. With many sites remaining largely untouched, the area is a fascinating place to visit.
Situated within a ten mile radius of Quadring Fen you can choose a living history museum at Chain Bridge Forge, where you can watch a resident blacksmith practising his traditional skill. Or how about the Gordon Boswell Romany Museum which gives a fascinating insight into the lives and traditions of this important community, or stunning Ayscoughfee Hall, a medieval townhouse on the banks of the River Welland with beautiful gardens and a feature yew tree walk?
Venture slightly further afield and visit the National Trust properties at Tattershall Castle and Peckover House. The castle dates from the 13th century and its red brick tower, the guardhouse and the moat, stables and kitchen ruins are all grade I listed buildings. By contrast, Peckover House is an imposing and elegant Georgian townhouse with a spectacular walled garden generally regarded as an important Victorian town garden.
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With plenty to see and do around Lincolnshire it’s the perfect holiday destination with a wide range of activities.
Located in the East Midlands, Lincolnshire is the second largest county in England, second only to Yorkshire. Offering a diversity of landscapes, Lincolnshire is the home of vast skies and rich farming land to the south of the county and miles of golden beaches to the east. Add to the mix a host of historical towns such as Stamford, and the beautiful cathedral city of Lincoln, and you begin to get a feel for this glorious county.