Places in Lincolnshire

Discover Lincolnshire

There are so many interesting places in Lincolnshire to visit. Lincolnshire is England’s second largest county (by area) and has stunning countryside, lovely market towns, traditional seaside resorts and, of course, the beautiful city of Lincoln.

Our ‘Places in Lincolnshire’ guide features some of Lincolnshire’s largest towns as well Lincoln, the county’s only city.

If you want more information about places in Lincolnshire to visit, then please click on one of the boxes below.

Of course, there are many, many, more lovely places in Lincolnshire than we have mentioned here. We hope to include these places in our guide soon – please bear with us until we do!

Places in Lincolnshire by the sea

With over 50 miles of coastline, Lincolnshire has plenty of great seaside resorts with fantastic sandy beaches.

Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe are the biggest and most famous of all Lincolnshire resorts -that’s why we have included them in this guide.

Other lively seaside towns include Ingoldmells and Chapel St Leonard’s

For those of you who prefer somewhere quieter, then Sutton on Sea and Anderby Creek are the places for you.

Places of interest in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire has a fascinating history, lovely countryside and pretty market towns. There are plenty of fantastic places in Lincolnshire for you to visit and they all have a fascinating history. For example:

Did you know Boston in the 13th century was England’s leading port, and that it has important links to the Pilgrim Fathers who helped to shape the current USA?

Or that Sleaford is home to Britain’s largest arts centre dedicated to the promotion of modern craft and design?

Or who described Stamford as being ‘the finest stone town in England’?

If the answer is ‘no’ to any of the above, then please click on the towns below to find out more!