Historic sites

We care for several historic sites in Lincolnshire and believe that everyone should have the chance to enjoy and learn about them by holding regular events, talks, and open days for the public.

Please note that Tattershall College is currently closed to the public for safety reasons. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Some of our sites are situated within their own grounds and are perfect for exploring with budding knights and princesses while discovering the wildlife that thrives there. Don’t forget your camera and your swords and shields!

Guided tours

If your group or school would like a guided tour please send us a message or call 01529 461499.

 

Bolingbroke Castle


Hussey Tower


Tattershall College


Tupholme Abbey


Holbeach Royal Observer Corps Underground Monitoring Post


Temple Bruer Knights Templar Preceptory Tower

Please note, we no longer look after this site. Please contact Lincolnshire County Council for any enquiries relating to the tower.

 


Other historic attractions to visit

Lincolnshire is a county with so much heritage to explore, from museums, to windmills, castles and majestic churches there’s something for everyone. Heritage Lincolnshire supports the Lincolnshire Heritage Forum, whose members run award winning visitor attractions across the county.

If you are planning your next day out, why not start by taking a look at our guide to find something Only in Lincolnshire!


Lincolnshire Churches

Discover the wonder of Lincolnshire’s sacred heritage.

Telling the stories of past lives in the county’s rural villages, cities and market towns, churches bring to life the history of Lincolnshire in such an exciting way.

From medieval stained glass to angels in rooves, monumental murders to the instigator of Magna Carta, rebellious vicars in the Lincolnshire Rising to intrepid explorers of the seven seas,  a king’s mistress to the founder of Methodism, a celebration of faith to a shelter on a pilgrimage.

Every church has a story to tell…