Lincolnshire is a county rich in heritage and there is always something to see and do. Whether it's museums, historic buildings or an art gallery, you need look no further than the attractions detailed below.
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre
Based at RAF Coningsby, this partnership between Lincolnshire County Council and the Royal Air Force makes it possible to view a Lancaster, five Spitfires, two Hurricanes, two Chipmunks, and a Dakota at their base. You can watch technicians who have learnt skills all but lost, working on these magnificent aircraft. Visit the website
Discover a world of rich history during your visit to Lincoln Castle. Home to the Lincoln Magna Carta, dating back to 1215, as well as the Charter of the Forest. Lincoln Castle is the only place where you can see the two documents together in the world. Experience the magnificent views of the Cathedral, the city of Lincoln and the surrounding countryside from the extensive wall walks during your visit to the castle. Visit the website
The Archives offers a public search room where members of the public are welcome to consult original archives, microfilm resources and library material relating to the county of Lincolnshire and other parts of the UK and overseas. You can start your family history research at Lincolnshire Archives even if your ancestors did not live in Lincolnshire, using the various indexes to wills, births, marriages and deaths. Visit the website
Museum of Lincolnshire Life
Enjoy free entry to the largest community museum in Lincolnshire. The rich and varied social history collection celebrates the culture of Lincolnshire and its people from 1750 to the present day. Exhibits illustrate commercial, domestic, agricultural, industrial and community life. The museum is also home to an authentic World War One tank named “Daphne” and the galleries of the Royal Lincolnshire Regiment. Visit the website
To find out more about Lincolnshire's rich heritage please visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/heritage