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Places to Visit

Woodhall Spa

Woodhall Spa

 

Woodhall Spa is a beautiful inland resort with an Edwardian character, set amidst magnificent pine woods. Regarded as one of Lincolnshire's most attractive villages, Woodhall Spa is famous for its peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, and with many fine hotels and guest houses it is the perfect location for a short break or holiday. The village has a variety of attractions including two top class golf courses, the unique 'Kinema in the Woods', Cottage Museum, Jubilee Park outdoor heated swimming pool and several aviation heritage sites associated with 617 Squadron (the Dambusters).

 

 

The Kinema in the Woods

Kinema in the Woods

 

A full time cinema that has been showing films continuously since 1922!
The foyer is a mini museum dedicated to the Golden Age of Cinema.

The Kinema in the Woods started life as a sports and entertainment pavilion dated from the late 19th Century. The pavilion sat in the grounds of The Victoria Hotel, looking over tennis courts, croquet lawns and gardens, until The Victoria Hotel burnt down on Easter Sunday 1920, this led to the relationship between the hotel and the pavilion being severed.

 

 

Gunby Hall National Trust

Gunby HallA homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
With domestic sized rooms filled with furniture and art, you can easily imagine living at Gunby yourself. Chat to the room guides to find out more about Gunby's collection, the Massingberd family and the history of the house.
The Massingberd family lived at Gunby Hall from 1700 until 1967, having previously lived at nearby Braftoft Manor. Gifted to National Trust in 1944, it was tenanted from 1967 until 2012, after which it became fully managed by the Trust.
The main body of the house was built in 1700; an extension was added in 1873 which was completed in 1898 to become the building you see today.

Tattershall Castle National Trust

Tattershall Castle
Immerse yourself in a medieval world and brave the battlements. There's plenty for you to see and do all year round. This magnificent 15th-century brick castle is one of the first of its kind in England.

Started in 1434, the Castle has all the features of a typical castle but really the ornate windows and the spacious rooms were built for luxury and comfort.
Ralph Cromwell was the Lord treasurer to King Henry VI for 10 years.

Cromwell didn't want anybody to forget his privileged position so he plastered the picture of his purse all over our beautifully decorated fireplaces.


Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre

BBMF


A unique partnership between the Royal Air Force and Lincolnshire County Council provides the public with a gateway to the home of the BBMF at RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire.
Since opening its doors in 1986, the BBMF Visitor Centre has welcomed over 300,000 people, offering them the opportunity to see the Flight’s historic aircraft at close quarters and to observe the BBMF technicians working to maintain them in airworthy condition.




Jubilee Park

Park

Jubilee Park is run by a not for profit company limited by guarantee. The company is owned by its members who are residents of Woodhall Spa.

Our playpark was fully refurbished in May, with new and improved equipment for an even more fun experience for children. Our grateful thanks to all those generous donors to last year’s Playpark Appeal and especially to WREN who’s grant enabled us to reach our target and get the work done ahead of our main season

 

 

 

Tea House in the Woods

Tea Room in the Woods

 

Tea House In The Woods 2014

On 16th June the 'Tea House in the Woods' returned to Woodhall Spa. Both Stephen and Natalie the new co owners, who have worked in Woodhall Spa for more than a decade felt the building had to be renamed and returned to its original roots.

Stephen who was previously Head Chef at Petwood Hotel for 3 years and Natalie the Events Manager at the Petwood for 12 years are thrilled to have the opportunity to put their stamp on Woodhall's oldest Tea House.

 

 

 

Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral

 

 

One of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings, once the tallest in the world, with stunning views from the roof and tower and intricate design inside.

Once described by Victorian writer John Ruskin as "out and out the most precious piece of architecture in the British Isles and roughly speaking worth any two other cathedral we have", Lincoln Cathedral is not to be missed.

 

 

 

Lincoln Castle

Lincoln Castle

THIS IS LINCOLN CASTLE
A place where kings and convicts have walked
A symbol of power and punishment through the ages
And home to an original 1215 Magna Carta.

The great stone curtain wall is one of the most dramatic features of Lincoln Castle today and a permanent reminder of its role as a mighty medieval stronghold.
Now, visitors can walk the full circumference of the wall for the first time. An impressive third of a mile long, the Medieval Wall Walk is a journey through the history of Lincoln and a vantage point for spectacular views across this beautiful city and surrounding countryside. There is no finer view of Lincoln Cathedral than that from the castle's east wall battlements, which look onto the Cathedral’s majestic West Front and soaring spires.