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Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Dickon Hill Rd, Friskney, Boston PE22 8PF, UK

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Wildlife Sanctuaries

About Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

The Lincolnshire Wildlife park, covers the whole ceremonial county of Lincolnshire, England. It was founded in 1948 as a voluntary charitable organisation dedicated to conserving the wildlife and wild places of Lincolnshire and to promoting the understanding and enjoyment of the natural world.


Attractions near Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Batemans Brewery6.27km from Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Batemans Brewery is an English brewery based at Salem Bridge Brewery in Wainfleet, Lincolnshire, and founded in 1874. The company owns 69 public houses, with 23 situated in Boston alone. The brewery focuses on cask-conditioned ales, their best known being XB and XXXB. Their slogan is "Good Honest Ales".

National Trust - Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens11.17km from Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens, home to the Massingberd family from 1700 until 1967. The Hall has three floors to explore while outside the gardens are full of color throughout the seasons. Paths across the park and estate offer gentle strolls as well as longer walks, where you can tread the footsteps of Gunby’s former guests including Lord Alfred Tennyson and Ralph Vaughan-Williams. The estate is a green oasis in an area of intensive arable cultivation and increasing commercial development.

Gunby Hall11.17km from Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

The National Trust's Gunby Hall and Gardens is a beautiful 18th-century house with Victorian gardens located in Lincolnshire.  The house has been the seat of the Massingberd family since the 15th century but what we see today is a sedate William and Mary mansion, built in 1700 by Sir William Massingberd. Surrounding the hall is a 100-acre park, listed as being of historical significance and laid out in the style of Lancelot "Capability" Brown.

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre11.68km from Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Museum is an Aircraft Museum based on a 1940's RAF Lancaster Bomber airfield. The center's main exhibit is Avro Lancaster Mk VII, NX611, named Just Jane after a popular wartime comic character. It also houses the cockpit of an English Electric Canberra WH957, and the wreckage of Supermarine Spitfire Vb BL655; it crashed in July 1943, killing its Canadian pilot, Flying Officer Norman Alexander Watt. There are two aircraft undergoing restoration to static condition,

Bolingbroke Castle12.57km from Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Bolingbroke Castle was one of three castles built by Ranulf de Blundeville, Earl of Chester and Lincoln, in the 1220s after his return from the Crusades. After Blundeville’s death, the castle remained in the ownership of the Earls of Lincoln and was later inherited through marriage by John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Today the castle is an evocative ruin preserved to ground floor level, with several rooms within the towers still surviving.

Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve12.73km from Lincolnshire Wildlife Park

Gibraltar Point is a dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the Wash. There a number of walkways, cycle tracks and fully accessible paths through Gibraltar Point. You can also explore the Nature Centre housed within the old Coastguard station. The reserve extends for a distance of about 5 km along the coast, from the southern end of Skegness to the northern corner of The Wash.

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Lincolnshire is a county in the East Midlands of England.  The majority of tourism in Lincolnshire relies on the coastal resorts and towns to the east of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The county has some of the best-known seaside resorts in the United Kingdom, which are a major attraction to visitors from across England, especially the East Midlands and parts of Yorkshire.