Location: 2.5 miles from Washingborough Hall, 5 minutes by car Want to know more? From antique fairs to concerts, rallies to food festivals, and everything in-between, Lincolnshire Showground hosts a diverse programme of events all year round.
Location: 7.5 miles, 20 minutes by car For more places to visit in Lincoln and Lincoln sights, try
Location: 5 miles from Washingborough Hall, 12 minutes by car Curious about the Magna Carta? Just a short distance from Washingborough Hall Hotel, the site houses a memorial spire, walls, centre and peace gardens to commemorate the aircrew who lost their lives during the Second World War.
Standing at an impressive 31 metre's tall, the memorial spire is the UK's tallest war memorial and the view through the spire leads your eyes directly to Lincoln Cathedral, which provided a landmark for crews both leaving for and returning from missions.
If you’ve got little ones in tow, banish boredom with a trip to the activity centre – it’s a firm favourite – and the café’s pretty good too! Play at The Collection is great fun Ordered by William the Conqueror, the blood had hardly clotted from the Norman Conquest, when work began on Lincoln Castle in 1068.
Today the main invaders are visitors, seduced by its history.
Follow the journeys of these remarkable women, and cheer them on as they navigate life, love, and chocolate soufflé.
As a quick note about accommodation, I used Bern and Lucerne as bases for day trips throughout this itinerary so I am able to recommend hotels in these cities.Iconic and full of fascination, Lincoln Cathedral dominates the skyline.