Tourist Information | Lincolnshire
We are ideally placed close to tourist information centres that are happy to give any visitor information about airports, the motorway network and all kinds of wonderful attractions.
Lincolnshire, a picturesque county in the East Midlands of England, is steeped in rich heritage and offers an array of attractions for all visitors. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, nature lover, or foodie, you’ll find something to pique your interest.
In this article, we’ll provide you with key visitor information to help you make the most of your visit to Lincolnshire.
Exploring Brigg : tourist information
Brigg is a small market town in North Lincolnshire known for its historic charm and local markets. Here are a few key attractions:
Brigg Farmers Market
This award-winning farmers market is held on the fourth Saturday of every month, attracting vendors from around the region selling local produce, handmade crafts, and gourmet food items.
Elsham Hall Gardens and Country Park
Just a short drive from Brigg, Elsham Hall is a beautiful spot perfect for family outings. The park has well-kept gardens, a woodland walk, and a wildlife pond.
Visiting Scunthorpe : visitor infromation
Scunthorpe, the third largest town in Lincolnshire, offers an intriguing mix of industry and natural beauty.
North Lincolnshire Museum
A great place to learn about the area’s history. Exhibitions cover archaeology, natural history, and local culture.
Normanby Hall Country Park
This stunning 300-acre estate boasts a Victorian mansion, beautiful gardens, a historic farming museum, and even a miniature railway.
We are situated 10 miles ( 15 min by car) from Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Hull.
Humberside airport is 10 min by car. You need to pre-book this and we will give you the number of a taxi firm ( to pre book) who can take you to the airport for approx. £10 each way.
The motorway M180 (Junction 5 ) is 1 mile away
We are near Elsham industrial Estate, Conoco refinery, Tata steel works, and the Humber estuary.
There is a Church, Chip shop, Post Office, small local store, and 2 pubs which do evening meals, in the village.
We have a range of restaurants and other facilities in the local nearby towns.
The nature reserves of Far Inns and Waters Edge is a haven for birds as well as superb views of the Humber Bridge.
We are on the Hull to Harwich cycle route.
Cleethorpes beach is only 30 min away.
We will give you the number of a taxi firm ( to pre-book) who can take you to different attractions.
Getting to Know Grimsby :
Firstly, your go-to resource upon arrival should be the tourist information centres. Centrally located in Lincoln, Brigg, and other key locations across North Lincolnshire, these centres are a treasure trove of visitor information. They provide free advice on the local area’s attractions, accommodation, and events. For example, the Brigg Tourist Information Centre, located on Market Place, is known for its friendly staff who are always ready to help.
Lincolnshire is a county of contrast, from the bustling city of Lincoln to the tranquil countryside. The city of Lincoln is home to some of the oldest buildings in England, including Lincoln Castle and Lincoln Cathedral. Make sure to take advantage of the free tours offered at these heritage sites to gain a deeper understanding of their historical significance.
When in Lincoln, don’t forget to visit Cannon Street, a hub of culture and entertainment. Filled with local artisan shops, cafes, and bars, it’s the perfect place to unwind after a day of sightseeing.
National Fishing Heritage Centre
This museum takes you back in time to experience the dangers and hardships faced by trawlermen. It’s a must-visit for those interested in the town’s fishing history.
Grimsby Dock Tower
This iconic landmark is a reminder of Grimsby’s maritime past. Although not open to the public, it’s a stunning sight to behold.
Discovering Lincolnshire's Charm
Apart from these towns, Lincolnshire as a county offers a wealth of attractions.
One of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings, the Lincoln Cathedral is a must-visit. Its stunning architecture, historical significance, and the view from the top are truly awe-inspiring.
The Lincolnshire Wolds
Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Lincolnshire Wolds offer beautiful rolling hills, deep valleys, and charming villages – perfect for hiking, cycling, or simply enjoying the English countryside.
Whether you’re a history enthusiast, nature lover, or foodie, the towns of Brigg, Scunthorpe, Grimsby, and the county of Lincolnshire offer something for everyone. Immerse yourself in the local history, enjoy the stunning natural landscapes, and indulge in the local cuisine for a truly memorable experience.
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