RAF Coningsby has a diverse selection of aircrafts. It is the RAF’s Southern Typhoon Main Operating Base and home to the historic aircraft of the famous Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Much of the history of the RAF in the last 70 years can be seen and heard in the skies over Coningsby.
This magnificent 15th century red-brick Castle was one of the first of its kind in England, started in 1434. With a host of things to do it is the ideal place to visit. From re-enactments and open air theatre to exciting activities during the school holidays. It’s a great day out for the entire family.
A treasure chest of beautiful exhibits displayed in Tattersall’s old Victorian railway station’s booking hall and ticket office. These include a collection of studio pottery, paintings, prints and digital artworks from Arthur Watson, resident artist and craftsman.
Extreme rides and coasters test thrillseekers’ nerves, and a great variety of family-friendly attractions, including loads designed just for the little ones, can be found here. It’s also home to Europe’s largest seven-day market and there is an abundance of restaurants, cafés and bars close by.
Popular resort with all the great seaside traditions you’d expect including donkey rides, prize bingo, fish and chips and a pint on the pier. But with so much more to offer including fabulous festivals, the Skegness Illuminations, the Carnival and some great places to eat, drink and shop – a fabulous day out!
Did someone say who’s a pretty boy…. With over 1700 different species at the Parrot Zoo, it is probably the largest parrot sanctuary in the world. Housing a vibrant flock of colourful birds as well as exotic mammals and reptiles, the Zoo is a lovely family day out!
Tattershall Farm Park is a friendly family attraction linking fun and farming. Inside plays barns, outside play areas with zip wire, sand pits and picnic areas, and a whole host of farm animals, many of whom can be seen on the new outdoor animal trail.
Revisit the golden age of cinema and visit here. In the woods in Woodall Spa and showing a selection of new and classic films, it gives the filmgoer the rare opportunity to enjoy films on a rear projector in a traditional setting.
Known for its work with animal rescue the Park has expanded and now has the reputation of homing Seal’s, Emus, Birds of prey, Lynx, and more recently Meerkats, Reptiles and Primates.