Discover Lincolnshire 2023

Visitors can step away from the everyday and discover a new destination when they take a short break or relaxing holiday in Lincolnshire.

This A4, full colour guide, contains 52 pages of how to be immersed in landscapes where horizons meet glorious skies. Follow pathways and routes on foot, by boat or cycle to find space to catch your breath, relax and explore; wander wide and wonderful beaches, marvel at the varieties of wildlife visiting internationally renowned nature reserves and learn more of the county’s world class history and heritage.

There are details of where to find dedicated cycle routes, waterways, trails and walks to help holidaymakers explore aviation history, admire the magnificent coastline, wander through tranquil gardens and connect with nature. Lincolnshire is famed for the hospitality of award-winning accommodation providers as well as restaurants, pubs, coffee and tea shops which celebrate and serve delicious produce from the rich pastures and fields of the county. There are accommodation listings included as well as top tips for spending days in charming market towns and the city of Lincoln.

The awe-inspiring magnificence of Lincoln Cathedral dominates the skyline of our cosmopolitan county capitol. Restoration work during the past few years has greatly improved the Cathedral’s setting and the visitor experience. New facilities include a visitor centre, larger shop and café and an interpretation centre to showcase some of the Cathedral’s treasures and hidden history.

Hidden behind the walls of Lincoln Castle, visitors will discover the fascinating story of the Norman castle’s history; as a stronghold; as a hub of trade; as a centre for justice and imprisonment. A specially created vault is the home of Lincoln Cathedral’s Magna Carta, displayed beside The Charter of the Forest.

Lincolnshire with contrasts of the great outdoors, heritage and city bright lights is a ‘must see’ destination for 2023.