Days Out

There is so much to see and do; from wide open spaces to historic houses, castles, and beaches. Take a look at some of the amazing places to visit and start planning your next adventure.

Love Lincolnshire Wolds

Boasting 216 square miles of unspoilt countryside, the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural beauty (AONB) is a nationally important and cherished landscape, home to some of the UK’s finest countryside. So much to discover including hiking, biking, horse riding, climbing, swimming, kayaking, flying, camping, fishing, motor racing and so much more! The area is also rich in culture and heritage. You can enjoy a steam train railway ride, and learn about the patchworks of airfields and RAF museums across Lincolnshire, including the famous Lancaster Bomber and Dambusters, that help shape our rich aviation history. For more information click here

Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum

Located just over 2 miles away from Rauceby station this amazing museum tells the story of the Royal Air Force College Cranwell and aviation history which includes a flight simulator along with a gift shop and café. A fascinating way to spend a couple of hours. For more information click here

Mrs Smith’s Cottage – Navenby

For a unique peek into the past look no further than this fascinating cottage which documents one woman, one home, during one century. The cottage has been preserved as if Mrs Smith had “just popped out” Located just 10 miles from Sleaford station for more information click here

Cogglesford Watermill – Sleaford

Just a short 15 minute walk from Sleaford station and situated on the banks of the River Slea you will find this renovated Watermill, believed to be the only working one left in England. For more information click here

Heckington Mill

Located adjacent to Heckington Station, this amazing 8 Sailed Windmill is the only working one in the world. Fully renovated, the site now boasts a visitor centre, shop, café and its own 8 Sailed Brewery. This is home to our Music at the Mill events which happen every May. For more information click here

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