Things to do in Lincolnshire
Whether you're looking for a relaxing getaway or an adventure-packed weekend at Lincolnshire Lodges, you can guarantee that the city of Lincoln has something to suit all ages and all tastes.
Below, we've provided some of the most popular sites and activities in and around Lincoln and the Lincolnshire holiday park, Wolds Side Lodges, to help you plan and get the most out of your stay with us.
Jubilee Park Woodhall Spa
Amazing for all the family, Jubilee park Woodhall Spa offers a range of activities as well as a large outdoor area, with a play park where kids can run and burn off some energy and enjoy a well-deserved picnic.
There is also an onsite café AND a very popular heated outdoor swimming and paddling pool.
With a variety of events scheduled throughout the year, such as the latest Woodhall Spa Spy Mission Treasure Trail, trust us when we say there is great fun to be had at Jubilee Park!
Kinema in the woods
Stepping back in time, this particular cinema is centuries old, boasting a very rare projection system and even comes complete with musical interludes!
Think of it like watching a movie in the `good old days.` With ice cream during the intervals and retro décor, this cinema certainly takes you back in time.
From popular classics to new releases, this quirky woodland cinema offers a great twixt on `movie night.`
Lincoln Castle and Cathedral
No one can visit Lincoln and not take in the beautiful surroundings of Lincoln Castle and Cathedral.
Standing proud in castle square, Lincoln Castle offers visitors medieval wall walks, a Victorian prison, and a glimpse into the famous Magna Carta Vault.
Then in all of its magnificent glory, we turn to the stunning architecture and craftsmanship of Lincoln Cathedral. Steeped in history and breath-taking to view, Lincoln Cathedral is not a site to be missed.
Tattershall Farm Park
Offering a great mix of indoor and outdoor activities, Tattershall farm park helps to keep everyone busy.
This park offers its visitors a chance to meet some of its animals, such as mice, snakes, chinchillas, rabbits, guinea pigs, and more. And you can also walk around the animal trail where you might meet some cows and donkeys along the way!
There's also a great activity centre which has a kid's playroom, and a three-story high soft play adventure area.
For those intrigued with history and science, make sure to check out Sir Isaac Newton's former home, Woolsthorpe Manor.
The famous apple tree still stands proud outside the manor house, which profoundly impacted the history of science.
International bomber command centre
Opening to the general public in 2018, the international bomber command centre is now an extremely popular attraction.
Included within its grounds is the staggering "Spire," which is the UK's tallest war memorial. It is also surrounded by curved walls carrying the names of all the men and women who lost their lives in WW2 while serving the bomber command.
Rand farm park
Another great hands-on activity if you're an animal lover, you can hold, feed, and cuddle a range of animals at Rand farm park.
The park also hosts some great demonstrations throughout the day, has an indoor play area, playgrounds, crazy golf, and a tasty tea room thrown in for good measure.
Set in a 10,000 square feet facility, play zone is an indoor play centre suitable for those aged between 0 and 12.
However, parents don't have to miss out on all the fun, and as long as you're wearing socks, you're more than welcome to chase the kids around the playframe too!
Who needs a gym session when you have a fantastic assault course, a choice of slide systems, ball pools, spooky mazes, crawl tubes, tumble towers, spider webs, air cannons, and more!
Wolds Side holiday cottages, Lincolnshire
If you're looking for a luxury cabin nestled in the heart of Lincolnshire Wolds, look no further than Wolds Side lodges.
Perfect as a romantic retreat or for families looking to reconnect. Close to all amenities and the fantastic activities that Lincoln has to offer.
A now lone tower that casts an eerie shadow on the site that was once filled with wealthy Knights Templar, this 13th-century tower is hidden in a farmyard in rural Lincolnshire.
Second to the Temple in London, and one of the very last few standings in Great Britain, this site is entirely free, and there is a small car park situated next to the temple for visitors.
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