Welcome to North Lincolnshire. There’s so much to see and do we’re sure you’ll have a great time. Discover our wide range of visitor attractions or simply take a stroll through our picturesque countryside. Then when all this activity has made you hungry discover our delicious local foods Welcome to North Lincolnshire. There’s so much to see and do we’re sure you’ll have a great time. Discover our wide range of visitor attractions or simply take a stroll through our picturesque countryside. Then when all this activity has made you hungry discover our delicious local foods
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  • click image to view 20-21 Visual Arts Centre
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    20-21 Visual Arts Centre

    Visit North Lincolnshire’s lively contemporary visual arts centre offering a regularly changing programme of contemporary art and craft exhibitions, as well as related events and free creative activities for all ages. Located in a Grade II* listed building 20-21 also offers a shop stocking artist made goods and a cafe rated 5 stars for food hygiene. Admission free.
  • click image to view Air Kings Scunthorpe
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    Air Kings Scunthorpe

    Air Kings Scunthorpe is home to wall to wall trampolines, slam dunk lanes, dodge ball courts, giant AirBags and much more, including our cafe serving up delicious food and drink 7 days a week.
  • click image to view Alkborough Flats
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    Alkborough Flats

    In a superb natural setting, where the rivers Trent and Ouse join to form the Humber, Alkborough Flats is an exciting project, which helps prevent thousands of homes from flooding. The site is perfect for lovers of wildlife. By breaching the river defences new habitats have been created, which are a haven for wading birds and wildfowl, making the site an ideal area for bird watching and leisurely walks.
  • click image to view Ancholme Valley Way
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    Ancholme Valley Way

    The Ancholme Valley Way is a multi-user path that runs along the River Ancholme and will eventually link Brigg to South Ferriby. Along the pathway you can find information boards with lots of interesting facts about the Ancholme Valley and the River Ancholme: from history, common wildlife and nearby attractions. Work has finished on the […]
  • click image to view Appleby Frodingham Railway Preservation Society – Railtours around the Steelworks
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    Appleby Frodingham Railway Preservation Society – Railtours around the Steelworks

    On selected summer weekends, AFRPS run Railtours around the Scunthorpe Steelworks site. With guides on hand, you’ll learn all about Iron and Steel Making with glimpses of red hot steel. The afternoon tours are suitable for all the family and on selected Saturday evenings Appleby Frodingham Railway Preservation run adult only brake van tours.
  • click image to view Arial Trail
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    Arial Trail

    Arial Trail is a high rope adventure course consisting of 16 elements with 2 x100m zip lines to finish the course. The course is situated in the woodland area of the Pink Pig Farm. Prices: £13.00 per person. Book online here to secure your place as availability is limited. Open weekends and school holidays.
  • click image to view Ashby Decoy Golf Club
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    Ashby Decoy Golf Club

    18 Hole golfing facilities, societies welcome, licensed bar, lovely patio overlooking the 18th hole. Meals are available on Sundays please book at the bar on 01724 842913. No joining fee. Pro shop for all your golfing equipment and club alterations or for lessons from the professionals call 01724 868972. Look out for our cabaret and function party nights. Call the club house on 01724 842913 for more information.
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    Aviation Heritage

    Discover the area’s aviation heritage across eight former RAF sites. RAF Elsham Wolds The First World War airfield closed in June 1919 but as the Second World War beckoned a second site was needed and built to the west of the site. RAF Goxhill Goxhill airfield was used for storage by the RAF and MOD […]
  • click image to view Barton Ghost Walks
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    Barton Ghost Walks

    As day becomes night and there’s a chill hanging in the winter air, dare you take the Barton Ghost Walk and discover what life was really like in days gone by?
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    Barton upon Humber

    Barton upon Humber is home to many of North Lincolnshire’s much loved attractions. The historic streets are lined with atmospheric Georgian properties, bustling shops and helpful stores. Once a traditional market town, Barton has kept its original charm and is easy to get to. The town is known for its creative thinking and celebrating its iconic […]