Enjoy great days out inland or by the sea. Lincolnshire is a county in the East Midlands of England, with a long coastline on the North Sea to the east. With rolling countryside, historic market towns, and Britain's Best Small City, there is so much to see and do in this county of contrasts.
Over the years Lincolnshire has seen its fair share of prominence. Sir Isaac Newton was born and raised here - Woolsthorpe Manor now owned by the National Trust was Newton's home, and an apple tree in its garden helped form his world-changing theory of universal gravitation.
The much-loved poet laureate, John Betjemen, described Stamford in Lincolnshire as ‘England's most attractive town.
Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle are two must-see highlights of any visit, be sure to check out the great views of the city from the castle ramparts. With its great road and rail connections exploring Lincolnshire couldn't be easier.