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Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Whisby Rd, North Hykeham, Lincoln LN6 3QT, UK

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About Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum is a privately owned museum run by the Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society formed in 1959. The museum houses a collection of over 65 vintage cars, buses and commercial vehicles spanning over 80 years of road transport history. There are also many interesting displays of transport history.



Attractions near Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Hartsholme Country Park1.55km from Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Hartsholme Country Park is a stunning open space to the south of the city covering more than 200 acres.  Visitors can enjoy socially distant walks and cycle rides through the lakes and ornamental grounds and lots of wildlife watching. The Park centres on lakes and ornamental grounds originally the work of Edward Milnerin 1862, landscaping the area around a reservoir of 1848. They were built along with a home, Hartsholme Hall, which was demolished in 1951, around the time the grounds became a pub

Boultham Park2.64km from Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Boultham Park is a beautuful  public park in Lincoln. The park was part of an estate in the 18th and 19th centuries. It has space to relax and recharge; to play games and picnic; go for a run or walk the dog; enjoy the wildlife on a lake or woodland walk. There is also lots of wildlife to see in the park, from swans to woodland birds, waterfowl and squirrels.

Whisby Nature Park3.37km from Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Whisby Nature Park is a beautiful landscape near Lincoln, full of wildlife, walks and trails. Once barren and lifeless, this amazing place now abounds with wildlife. Enjoy a day out including walking trails, bird watching, a Wildlife Adventure Playpark,an Education Centre, a local produce café and gift shop, plus exhibitions and children’s activities.

Doddington Hall & Gardens4.27km from Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

A privately owned, fine late Elizabethan Mansion with stunning gardens, located just outside Lincoln. Discover the history and heritage of Doddington Hall and enjoy their 360 virtual tours. This Hall is also the setting for many weddings and events, concerts and exhibitions and has five holiday cottages available for short stays. Visitors are able to explore not only the Hall and Gardens but also the Bike Shop, Café, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Home Store, Farrow & Ball and Country Clothing Store.

Brayford Pool4.51km from Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

The Brayford Pool is a natural lake formed from a widening of the River Witham in the center of the city of Lincoln in England. It was used as a port by the Romans – who connected it to the River Trent by constructing the Foss Dyke. The Brayford Waterfront is now one of the most vibrant and exciting parts of Lincoln.  It is no longer surrounded by housing, mills, breweries and engine sheds but by a 21st century university, stylish restaurants and internationally renowned hotels.

Brayford Wharf North4.55km from Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum

Lincoln’s Brayford Waterfront is England's oldest inland Harbour and offers a great selection of eating, drinking and entertainment venues. It’s the perfect place to relax at a pavement café overlooking the water or the stunning University of Lincoln campus after a hard days shopping. There is a wide range of restaurants and bars alongside luxury hotels and a multi-screen cinema.

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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.