Lincolnshire is an amazing county with so much to see and do.

Lincs Out and About

Lincoln

The city of Lincoln is a mix of historic buildings like the Castle and the Cathedral and the new, modern buildings associated with the University.  There is a vibrant nightlife, with clubs and pubs and plenty of great places to eat, especially down by the Brayford.  In Lincoln, there are great places to shop from small independent shops in the Bailgate and on Steep Hill to the larger chain stores on the High Street and St Marks.

The Coast

Lincolnshire is also known for its variety of beaches from traditional seaside resorts like Skegness and Mablethorpe to the quiet beaches of Chapel Point and Huttoft car terrace.

Snipe Dales

Countryside

If you want to experience the quieter side of Lincolnshire there are plenty of lovely places to go for a walk and get closer to nature either in the countryside of the Wolds or in one of the many nature reserves.

Historic Properties

There are impressive historic properties like Belton House, Tattershall Castle, Belvoir Castle and Burghley House

 If you like the sound of what Lincolnshire has to offer then my blog will help you stay up to date with what is going on in the county, with ideas for places to visit and things to do.   I enjoy walking so there will be some posts about walks in different parts of the county too.

I am a born and bred Lincolnshire Yellowbelly and I love Lincolnshire.  What better way to find out about a place than from a local, who has spent the last 30 years exploring all the hidden gems of Lincolnshire, some of the time with my 2 child and other times with my friends. So there will be something for everyone on the blog, things for families to do together whether the children are toddlers or teenagers.

Whatever you are interested in let me help you find fun things to do and great places to visit in this beautiful county of Lincolnshire, that I call home.

Donington on Bain 4-mile Walk

4-mile walk Donington on Bain and Biscathorpe This 4-mile circular walk in the Lincolnshire Wolds starts and finishes in the village of Donington on Bain. The walk can be found on Ordnance Survey Explorer Map 282 Lincolnshire Wolds North - Louth and Market Rasen....

Visit the Grey Seals at Donna Nook

 Grey Seals at Donna Nook National Nature Reserve Donna Nook National Nature Reserve near Louth in Lincolnshire is an amazing place to visit to see Grey Seals and their pups.  The grey seals come on to the beach during November and December to give birth to...

Snipe Dales Country Park and Nature Reserve

Snipe Dales Country Park and Nature Reserve Snipe Dales Country Park and Nature Reserve is situated just off the B1195 between Horncastle and Spilsby, at the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds.  It is one of my favourite places to go for a walk and is popular with...

Woodhall Spa – Things to do

Woodhall Spa Woodhall Spa is a village in rural Lincolnshire near Horncastle and Coningsby and is about 15 miles from Lincoln.  It is the perfect location for a holiday in Lincolnshire, as it is almost the center of the county, near to the Wolds and only 30 miles...

Spa Trail – Horncastle to Woodhall Spa – Part 1

The Spa Trail - Thornton Lodge near Horncastle to Martin Bridge The Spa Trail is 3 miles long and leads from Horncastle to Sandy Lane near Woodhall Spa.  It follows a section of the disused Horncastle to Woodhall Spa Railway, it is also part of the much longer Viking...

Lincoln Barons’ Charter Trail

The Lincoln Baron's Charter Trail is part of the city's Magna Carta 800th Anniversary celebrations.  The 25 Lincoln Barons were placed around the city for the start of the trail on 13th June, to coincide with the Great Weekend celebrations and they will stay in place...

Burghley House, Stamford

Burghley House is a grand Elizabethan House near Stamford There are a lot of things to do and see at Burghley House, during school holidays you can book on a Beastly Boring Burghley tour where a guide tells you about the history of Burghley House. If you or your...

Lincolnshire – my home

Hello and welcome to my new blog about the county of my birth, Lincolnshire.  I have lived in Lincolnshire most of my life and my family has its roots buried deep in the Lincolnshire soils.  This blog will travel all around Lincolnshire telling you about the towns,...

Walks in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire has miles of footpaths criss crossing the county.

Lincs Out and About

Events

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