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Heritage attractions

Host of Angels Experience

An exhibition of paintings and installations by Lincolnshire artist Roger Heaton, to raise funds for the restoration of St. Peter's Church, Lenton.

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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre

The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre is a fantastic exhibition set up by Lincolnshire County Council to commemorate the Royal Air Force. The Centre is open all year round and contains some of the most recognised planes of the Second World War which are viewable at close quarters.

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The Collection

The Collection is the artefact hub of Lincolnshire comprising of cultural and archaeological finds from many periods of history. The museum has a wealth of artefacts as well as decorative and contemporary visual art displays, catering for all the family.

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Ellys Manor House

A unique and magical Tudor wool merchant's house, built in the Flemish style, Ellys Manor House is an architectural gem. The main feature of the house is a fabulous scheme of early 16th century wall paintings in the upper rooms.

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Gainsborough Old Hall

Gainsborough Old Hall is one of Lincolnshire's finest pieces of medieval architecture. Gainsborough Old Hall is one of the best preserved timber framed buildings in the UK, with a rich lineage dating back 500 years. The hall plays host to medieval exhibitions, fairs and much more.

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Lincoln Castle

Dating back over 900 years, Lincoln Castle relates all the way back to when William the Conqueror first built it on a site occupied since Roman Times. Come enjoy castle hill walks, children's activities, re-enacted shows and much more.

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Museum of Lincolnshire Life

The Museum of Lincolnshire life is Lincolnshire most diverse museum with exhibits in Transport, Military, Agriculture and much more. The museum offers a wide array of cultural exhibitions, collections and reflects upon the industrious past of Lincolnshire and its people.

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Last updated: 3 April 2012