Things to do in Lincolnshire
No matter what age, interests and gender, we have a range of activities not so far away for you to enjoy whilst staying with us.
Fantasy Island is on the East Coast on Lincolnshire, and fun for all the family! There are thrill seeking roller coasters, rides for the kids to enjoy, an arcade, soft play area and even Europe's largest 7 day market.
You can spend the whole day here by purchasing a full day wrist band, or just go along for a short while and pay per ride.
At the 7 day market there are a range of products to choose from, like gifts, clothes, toys and electrical.
Just across the park there is also a wide range of bars, restaurants and cafes to chill out at after your days fun, or whilst the children are over enjoying the park.
Lincoln Cathedral & Lincoln Castle
Both of these activities are in the top 10 things to do in Lincolnshire. They are both very close together, so you can have a day out visiting them both at ease.
You can go on a medieval walk at the castle, where you can explore the towers and dungeons. There are also many events and courses on throughout the year from Prison Breakouts to the Children's Festival of History.
Lincoln Cathedral was the world's tallest building for almost 300 years. You can enter this historic landmark for free, and only need to pay if you want to view further afield. You can go on tower and roof tours, for only £4! The cathedral is also on Visit England's 101 things to do before you go abroad.
Natureland Seal Sanctuary
Natureland Seal Sanctuary rescues and rehabilitates injured/orphaned seal pups that become stranded. The sanctuary gives you the chance to go visit the seals, and not only that they also have penguins, reptiles, an aquarium full of tropical fish and more.
There is lots to do at the seal sanctuary for regular informative feeding shows, facepainting to viewing all the animals they have.
Museums and Movie Theatres
There are many museums and movie theatres all around Lincoln with many having trip advisor 'Certificate's of Excellence'.
The movie theatres range from traditional cinemas like 'The Kinema in the Woods', as well as 'The Ritz Cinema & Theatre' and 'The West End Cinema'.
The Museum of Lincolnshire Life gives an interesting view on the history of the area and it's free to visit. There is also a famous Bubblecar Museum which shoes cars from the 50s & 60s.