We want to help you discover everything that Lincolnshire life has to offer. Tucked away in the East Midlands region of the United Kingdom, Lincolnshire is one of England’s largest yet most uncharted counties. With the rolling landscapes of the Wolds, our award-winning coastline and a whole host of iconic landmarks and destinations, the county really does cater for all.
Also boasting a rich and fascinating history, we are a region with an established farming heritage, a proud aviation legacy and an enviable food culture; Lincolnshire sausage, anyone?
The county town of Lincoln is constantly modernising, yet still deeply rooted with tradition and antiquity. Castle Square, located at the top of the prestigious Steep Hill, is home to the stunning Cathedral and Castle. Immersed in Norman history, they remain the most prominent and alluring features of the city. Quaint market towns such as Louth, Stamford and Horncastle make for ideal weekend getaways, whilst the 50 miles of picturesque, unspoilt coastline provides endless popular seaside escapes.
Furthermore, we are a county with a bursting schedule of events, occasions and attractions. We’ll keep you up to date with all the ways to spend your days during your time in Lincolnshire.
Whether you’re from the area and want to find out some facts about your home county or are planning a long overdue visit this year, Lincolnshire.org has you covered. With recommendations on days out with the family, relaxing fishing venues, guides of where to stay and plenty of handy information, we’ll help you find whatever it is you’re searching for.
Above all else, our native ‘yellowbellies’ are what really set us apart – you’re sure to receive a warm Lincolnshire welcome when you visit us. Enjoy!
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