There are loads of places to visit and things to do in Lincoln & Lincolnshire.
Listed below are some of the best places and events to visit. For even more information and up to date information view the related websites
Every visitor to Lincoln really should go to see the stunning Lincoln Cathedral even if only from the outside. It can be viewed from miles and its striking architecture has been admired for centuries. If you do have time to look inside see if you can spot the famous Lincoln Imp hiding.
Lincoln Castle - The summer months are packed with fun and games for the children, open-air theatre, pop and rock concerts, living history and re-enactment weekends which bring the Castle to life. Or just walk the castle walls and climb to the top of the tower for some great views of the city (see if you can spot your holiday home here at Fen Farm from the top).
The Usher Art gallery, The Collection Museum and the Lincolnshire Life Museum all make a great day out with something for all the family.
Great shopping for everyone, be it quaint little shops in the cathedral quarter, or the best of the high street brands in the centre of Lincoln
Doddington Hall, Farm Shop and Cafe | Gainsborough Old Hall | Lincoln University | Whisby Nature Reserve | The Bransby Home for Horses - a top charitable trust caring for rescued horses
For those interested in aviation heritage, then Lincolnshire with its 22 World War II airfields, memorials and museums is the place to visit.
Lincolnshire is home to the Red Arrows at RAF Scampton and there is the large RAF Waddington Air Show held every year just a short drive from Fen Farm where the red arrows are a star display.
Also of interest are the Newark Air Museum and the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
There are lots of places to visit for Antiques in Lincolnshire including Horncastle for its many shops, The Hemswell Antiques Centre and Newark and Swinderby for their regular antiques fairs throughout the year. Hemswell Antiques Centre - open 7 days a week