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With miles of open countryside and natural beauty waiting to be uncovered, the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you want to be active, relaxed, creative or just have fun, the options are endless.
The Lincolnshire Wolds offer the perfect playground for children of all ages. Go wild at Snipe Dales Country Park or discover if you have a head for height at Wild Pines. There is also motor racing, a 15th-century castle, the steam railway, aviation centres, a petting zoo, craft workshops and even an old-fashioned cinema to keep you entertained.
Lincolnshire has a rich tapestry of agricultural history and aviation heritage. Soak up the sights of the countryside on board the traditional steam train, wet your whistle at one of the old-style English pubs or be our guest at the National Trust’s Gunby Hall Estate, just as Lord Tennyson was hundreds of years ago! Visitors far and wide have also come to admire the famous RAF Red Arrows and the very rare Avro Lancaster bomber on display at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre. Read Uncle Albert’s pearls of wisdom.
Play hide and seek amongst the sand dunes or simply create footprints in the. Visit Donna Nook in the autumn to see new grey seal pups, enjoy thousands of acres of pristine coastline from the amazing North Sea Observatory or watch thousands of migrating birds from Gibraltar Point. Read about Syd the Seagull’s cheeky coastal adventures here.
Choosing to shop local is vital for our bustling market towns, our economy and our community. You’ll find local specialities, unique products and independent shops as well as all the essentials - all sold to you with friendly, one to one personal customer service.
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There are plenty of events to suit all tastes in the Wolds, from farmers markets to beer festivals. The thrill seekers can join the annual BOx Event for the ultimate running and mountain biking challenge or visit the National Trust’s Tattershall Castle which also regularly holds seasonal events that kids will love. Click here for a full listing of events.
Agriculture is deeply rooted in the heritage of the Lincolnshire Wolds and this culture has helped produce many independent ‘fork to field’ boutique suppliers, offering everything from cheese to chocolate, sausages, plum bread, gin, beer and much more. Every historic market town is a foodie’s paradise, tempting your taste buds with local produce in many of the tea rooms, ice cream parlours, farm shops and restaurants – see where to eat here
The Lincolnshire Wolds Food Map presents a self-guided trail that will take you on a journey of culinary discovery around the charmingly beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds. To download a copy of the Lincolnshire Wolds Food Map, click the link below!
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