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Discover North Lincolnshire

Discover the magic of North Lincolnshire. Whether you’re visiting with friends and family or on your own, just for a day or for a short break we’ll keep you just as entertained as you choose to be. Then we hope you’ll be back again and again.

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    Brigg Ghost Walks

    Hear tales of Cavaliers and Roundheads during the English Civil War, of John Wesley preaching to turbulent crowds and discover who haunts the room behind the balcony at The Angel. Organised by BASH, a local history group in Brigg.

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    North Lincolnshire Museum

    The early and later history of North Lincolnshire is explored through visual displays of geology, natural history, archaeology and social history.

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    The Ropewalk

    The Ropewalk Museum pays tribute to the history of the rope making factory, Hall’s Barton Ropery, which opened in 1767 and its workers.

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    Steam Railtours

    On selected summer weekends, the Appleby Frodingham Railway Preservation Society runs Railtours around the Tata Steel Scunthorpe site. With guides on hand, you’ll learn all about iron and steel making and glimpse red hot steel.

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    Thornton Abbey & Gatehouse

    The ornate fortified gatehouse of Thornton Abbey is among the finest in Britain. There are remains of monastic buildings and an exhibition on the abbey’s history. Extensive restoration of the crumbling monastery and a new exterior staircase gives visitors easier access to the gatehouse and its haunting passageways and hidden alleys. The abbey offers a […]

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    The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft

    Visit Britain’s largest collection of trolleybuses. Take a nostalgic ride on one and look around the 1950/60s exhibitions and shop window displays. Open selected weekends throughout the year. 11am – 5pm.

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    The Ancholme Valley

    Riverside paths lead from the marina at South Ferriby to the market town of Brigg, following the lazy river, which is crossed by a series of pedestrian bridges, such as the stone and timber suspension bridge at Horkstow, designed by Sir John Rennie and built in 1844. Walks packs and further information are available from Brigg Tourist Information Centre.

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    Wilderspin National School Museum

    Explore this Victorian school with unique links to Samuel Wilderspin, one of the founding fathers of modern schooling and pioneer of infant schools across Britain. Explore Wilderspin’s schoolroom and playground of 1845 and the adjoining National School Classroom.

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    The Old Tile Works

    The Old Tile Works is a fully restored, operational tile works and one of the last in Europe which still makes pantiles using traditional methods. Situated in 17 acres of stunning rural land on the banks of the River Humber, we have an Artisan Village, Potters’ Workshop, Visitors’ Centre, Reclamation Yard and shop with a range of flowerpots, reclaimed garden furniture and much more.

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    Normanby Hall Country Park

    Normanby Hall Country Park is a beautiful 300 acre estate set in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Open to the public every day of the year, the park offers the perfect backdrop to your day out. The Hall and the Farming Museum are only open throughout the summer months, but with award winning gardens, ample wildlife, exciting events, or just a relaxing environment to enjoy a day out, there is plenty to keep you entertained all year round. All year, 9am to dusk.