• Louth Museum

    Louth Museum, Broadbank, Louth, UK .

    Long-standing, seasonal museum featuring exhibits & artifacts that showcase the community's history.

  • St James' Church

    St James' Church, Westgate, Louth, UK .

    St James' Church, Louth is a parish church in the Church of England in Louth, Lincolnshire, England. It is notable for its tall spire

  • Stewton

    Stewton Lane, Louth, UK .

    Stewton is a village and civil parish in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated about 2 miles east from the town of Louth, in the Lincolnshire Wolds, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The population is included in the civil parish of Keddington

  • Cadwell Park

    Cadwell Park Circuit, Cawkwell, Louth LN11 9SE, UK .

    Fondly nicknamed the 'mini-Nürburgring', Cadwell Park will celebrate its 85th anniversary in 2019. It remains as closely-held in the hearts of many motorsport fans as it ever has. Located 10 miles north of Horncastle and five miles south of Louth, the Lincolnshire circuit is especially popular with bikers nationwide.

    Cadwell Park's twisty and undulating nature, winding through open park and woodland, has marked it out as one of the best circuits in the country. Once discovered, it is often a firm favourite amongst many who visit, whether as a spectator or participant.

    The circuit is also one of the most popular destinations on the Bennetts British Superbike calendar, with the infamous 'Mountain' section, which riders usually tackle airborne, providing a particular challenge. Fans descend on the venue in their thousands for the annual visit from the world's leading domestic superbike category, and is one of Lincolnshire's biggest sporting events of the year. 

    As the circuit's reputation continues to build, there are an increasing number of club car events taking place at the circuit including the Historic Sports Car Club's Wolds Trophy and the popular Vintage Sports Car Club Festival, along with two vintage and classic motorcycle events and spectacular rallies. 

  • Louth Golf Club

    Louth Golf Club, Crowtree Lane, Louth, Lincs LN11 9LJ, UK .

    Louth Golf Club, situated less than a mile from the A16 bypass in the heart of rural Lincolnshire offers more than just 18 holes of Golf in Louth. The club was originally founded in 1965 in an area of outstanding natural beauty bordering Hubbard’s Hills.

    Over the years the club has evolved to provide a well groomed 6,444 yard 18 hole parkland course.

    With panoramic views over the Lincolnshire countryside and towards the Humber Estuary, it is suitable for golfers at all levels of skill and experience.

  • Meridian Leisure Centre

    Meridian Leisure Centre, Wood Lane, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 8SA, UK .

    Meridian Leisure Centre is a fresh and modern facility in Louth, Lincolnshire. We offer jam-packed fun activities including swimming, exercise classes, junior sessions and loads more!

  • Hubbard's Hills

    Hubbard's Hills, Crowtree Lane, Louth LN11 0QW, UK .

    Hubbard's Hills is an area of natural beauty directly to the west of Louth, Lincolnshire, England and is popular for family picnics, school field trips and dog walking. The park is dedicated to the memory of Annie Pahud.

  • Donna Nook National Nature Reserve

    Donna Nook, Louth, UK .

    Donna Nook covers more than 10km (6.25 miles) of coastline between Grainthorpe Haven in the north and Saltfleet in the south where it borders the Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe National Nature Reserve. Every November and December, grey seals come to the Donna Nook coastline to give birth to their pups near the sand dunes; a wildlife spectacle which attracts visitors from across the UK.

  • Lincolnshire Wolds Railway

    Ludborough, Grimsby DN36 5SQ, UK .

    Situated in a beautiful part of Lincolnshire in countryside between the Wolds and the coast, LWR is only a short distance from Grimsby, the seaside resort of Cleethorpes and the historic market town of Louth. The railway operates on a stretch of line that was once part of the Great Northern route from Boston to Grimsby.

    After the last section of line was closed by BR in 1980, a preservation society was formed with the aim of restoring it. Heritage steam trains once again run between Ludborough and North Thoresby and work is now in progress to extend the line southwards towards Louth. What visitors to the railway see today is a result of all the time and effort that a small, but dedicated band of volunteers have put in over many years.

  • Market Rasen Racecourse

    Legsby Road, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN8 3EA, UK .

    Market Rasen Racecourse, which is part of The Jockey Club, stages over 20 jump racing fixtures each year and is a leading conference and events centre in the East Midlands.

    The venue is one of the friendliest places in the country to watch jump racing, with events held throughout the year. The beautiful track, in a lovely rural setting where it has been since 1924, is best known as a premier summer jumping racecourse. Top races include the Listed 188bet Summer Plate and 188bet Summer Hurdle, both run during the annual Ladies’ Day in mid-July. The family-friendly atmosphere, its stunning countryside views and exciting races make Market Rasen a great day out for everyone.

    Market Rasen offers a range of enclosures on its feature racing days to suit every pocket and to ensure visitors can enjoy their day. Visitors to the County Enclosure can enjoy fantastic views of the racecourse, with sloping lawns to the parade ring, not to mention a selection of great bars and restaurants. Tattersalls Enclosure, in the heart of the racecourse, includes the parade ring, winners’ enclosure, weighing room and pre-parade ring. During a number of midweek fixtures, the racecourse offers a one enclosure policy, allowing everyone to access all the facilities at an affordable price.

  • Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe Dunes National Nature Reserve

    Mablethorpe LN12 1NR, UK .

    Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe Dunes is a national nature reserve on the coast of Lincolnshire, England, in the parishes of Saltfleetby and Theddlethorpe. It is managed in part by Natural England; in part by the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, and consists of 1,377 acres of sand dunes, salt marsh, sand and mudflats.

  • Lincolnshire Wolds, Area of Natural Beauty

    Lincolnshire Wolds AONB, United Kingdom .

    This is a wonderful area of countryside with some of the most beautiful, unspoilt scenery in the East Midlands. There are rolling hills and hidden valleys, gentle streams and nestling villages.

    In 1949 it was decided that unspoilt areas of the countryside should be protected for future generations as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs).  In 2000 the importance of AONBs was re-emphasised, acknowledging that they, with the National Parks, form Britain's finest countryside.  

    Most of the Lincolnshire Wolds was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1973 following considerable local campaigning.  This designation means the landscape is some of Britain's finest countryside.  It is a living, working landscape, with woodland, grassland and abandoned chalk pits providing important habitats for rare flowers and wildlife. 

  • Louth Library

    Northgate, Louth LN11 0LY, UK .

    Louth Library is situated just off the main shopping street in the heart of Louth, the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds. As well as a varied collection of books, facilities include a small IT Suite, a local studies area and a Community Concert Room which is available to hire, in or out of library opening times. The library hosts a wealth of activities for all ages throughout the year and the opening hours are listed below, please note though, that the library is closed on Bank Holidays.  

  • Louth Navigation Trust

    Navigation Warehouse, Riverhead Rd, Louth LN11 0DA .

    The Trust was formed in 1986 by a small group of local people dedicated to preserving the canal and encouraging future regeneration of its corridor.  From small beginnings the Trust now has over 250 members.  It is entirely run by volunteers and has never employed paid staff. The trust gained charitable status in 1998. It has a modest turnover of less than £5000 per annum.

    The Trust operates from the Navigation Warehouse which in 2017 was rescued from auction by ELDC to continue being used for community use.

  • Louth Play Factory

    Bolingbroke Road, Louth LN11 0WA, UK .

    Soft indoor play for kids.

  • Riverhead Theatre

    Victoria Road, Louth LN11 0BX, UK .

    Louth Riverhead Theatre is a local community owned venue. It is maintained and run by a dedicated team made up almost entirely of volunteers. We offer a diverse programme of professional touring productions alongside our own season of plays, musical and pantomime.

  • Louth Tennis Club

    Plot 10 Scarborough Road LOUTH Lincolnshire LN11 0WD .

    If you're looking for the perfect place to play year round tennis, you've clicked on the right page. Here at Louth Tennis & Sports Centre we pride ourselves on being able to offer our members fantastic facilities in a vibrant and friendly atmosphere.

    We first burst onto the tennis scene in 2011 and since then we've worked hard to establish ourselves as one the areas leading tennis clubs. With 4 indoor tennis courts, 3 outdoor all weather courts, and a carefully constructed coaching programme covering all ages and abilities, we hope you'll agree that whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned veteran of the sport, our club is the place to be. 

  • Greenwich Meridian

    Louth Public gardens (between Kidgate & Queen Street) .


    One of four lines engraved with text that are distributed through the town both on and off the Meridian. They are part of a series of works produced as the result of a collaboration between sculptor Lawrence Edwards and book artist Les Bicknell. As well as the text lines, three sculpted figures were created who are seen discovering, contemplating and understanding the Meridian Line which is represented by a steel ribbon engraved with text, that appears and disappears as it traces the path of the Line through and around the town. The context of this particular text line changed for the worse following the later erection of a second, quite unrelated mark alongside it.

  • Gunby Hall

    Gunby, Spilsby, Lincolnshire PE23 5SS, UK .

    A homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds

  • Alford Manor House

    West Street, Alford LN13 9HT, UK .

    Reputedly the largest thatched manor house in the country, Alford Manor House was built to a traditional H plan in 1611. The house, Tea Rooms and Gardens are all open to visitors. The Museum of Rural Life is located behind the Manor House and is home to many of the towns historic artifacts.

  • Alvingham Fishing Lakes

    Louth LN11 7EU, UK .

    Welcome to Alvingham Fishing Lakes, near to Louth on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

    We purchased the lakes in early 2015 and have now implemented changes and improvements to the fishery for the enjoyment of anglers and for the wellbeing of the fish.

  • Bottomley Distillers

    Louth LN11 0ZW, UK .

    We are a family owned distillery with a heritage that dates back to the 1950's with the original Mr Stansfield Bottomley.

    Mr Bottomley was a small scale whisky producer, beginning in West Yorkshire before moving on to Lincolnshire in the early 1980's.

    Alan Bottomley, his youngest son, was always fascinated by the production of spirit. In 2016, inspired by this inherited skill and the rise in the craft market, he decided to modernise those nearly lost techniques. With the agreement of partner Amy and their daughter Molly, Lincolnshire's oldest distillery was founded.

    Set in the quaint market town of Louth in the Lincolnshire Wolds, we now produce our award winning brand, Pin Gin, along with white label projects. Most excitingly, we have just started casking Mr Bottomleys' original recipe - the only Lincolnshire Single Malt Whisky.

  • Claythorpe Watermill

    Claythorpe, Alford LN13 0DU, UK .

    Tranquil and beautiful, Claythorpe is a small, family run attraction set in the grounds of our 18th century watermill. The mill last ran in the late 1970s but you can still see the remaining millworks and learn more about its varied industrial history.

  • Elsham Hall

    Elsham, Brigg DN20 0QZ, UK .

    Elsham Hall dates back to the 1760s and was acquired by the Elwes Family in 1931 from King's College Cambridge having previously belonged to the Astley Corbett family. In 1939 the Hall was requisitioned as an Anti-Aircraft H.Q. during the Second World War but was left badly damaged necessitating the demolition of two of the wings. The present house along with a 19th Century orangery in the grounds is Grade II* listed and a private family home. (The Hall is not open to the public).

  • Humber Bridge

    Humber Bridge, United Kingdom .

    For centuries the Humber Estuary was a barrier to trade and development between the two banks. Local interests campaigned for over a hundred years for the construction of a bridge or tunnel across. There were ferries across the Estuary, but the route by road involved going to Goole, which is 29 miles from Hull and 53 miles from Grimsby.

    Approval for the construction of a suspension bridge was granted in 1959 with the passing of the Humber Bridge Act and the creation of the Humber Bridge Board, although it was not until 1972 that work finally began. The reasons why a suspension bridge was chosen were twofold. First, the Humber Estuary has a shifting bed and the navigable channel along which ships can travel is always changing. Therefore, a suspension bridge with no support piers in mid-stream would not obstruct the estuary.  Second, because of the geology and topography of the area, the cost of constructing a tunnel would have been excessive.

    Work on the construction took eight years, during which time upwards of one thousand workers were employed at times of peak activity.  Traffic first crossed the bridge on 24th June 1981 and on 17th July 1981 Her Majesty the Queen performed the formal opening ceremony.

    The Bridge provided an opportunity for the Humber region to realise its potential in commercial and industrial development. The journey from Hull to Grimsby, for example, was reduced from 82 miles to 42.

  • Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

    Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, East Kirkby, Spilsby, Lincs PE23 4DE, UK .

    The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a family run museum and was set up over 20 years ago.  It is now widely seen as a living memorial to the 55,500 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives during WW2.  It holds one of the rarest aircraft, an Avro Lancaster Bomber, in its collection along with many wartime vehicles including a Ford WOT1 Crew Bus, the only one of its kind known in existence.

  • Normanby Hall

    Normanby Hall Country Park, Normanby Road, Normanby, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire DN15 9HU, UK .

    Normanby Hall is a stunning Regency mansion, set in an idyllic 300 acre estate 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. There has never been a better time to visit, with the region's first Go Ape, two new playground areas, new membership packages and a programme of events. As well as the Hall, Farming Museum, Gift Shop and Stableyard Café, enjoy historical woodland and a leisurely stroll around our Walled Garden. Whether you want a treetop adventure or a relaxing day out in a glorious setting, there is so much to enjoy.

  • Rand Park Farm

    Rand, Market Rasen LN8 5NJ, UK .

    For many people, meeting the animals at Rand Farm Park is a very special experience. Our animals are used to people and most of them enjoy being stroked and spoken to.
    The majority live in cosy undercover pens, ensuring you can meet them at any time of the year. During the summer months, we have lots of animals outside in our paddocks. Plus every day, there’s a full activity programme.

  • Rushmoor Country Park

    Louth Road, Louth LN11 7DY, United Kingdom .

    Great variety of animals and tearoom

    A fun day out for all ages, come and meet a wide range of farm animals including pigs, sheep, pygmy goats, horses, Billy our miniature Hereford bull, chickens, Bernard the turkey and Meeka the Raccoon Dog. We also have an awesome range of Birds from Owls, falcons and Harris Hawks and now includes Phoenix the Eagle.

    We have 3 daily displays five days a week (Wednesday to Sunday). Each one different incorporating both Traditional and Modern methods in Falconry. 

    Our friendly staff will be on hand to help you and answer any questions as you get a chance to interact with all the animals up close and at your own pace. We have all day small animal holding with lots of stokes and cuddles.