Whatever the time of year you decide to take your holiday you'll always find plenty of places to visit and it's a great way to explore the Lincolnshire Coast and the inland market towns and countryside.
Open every day of the year (except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day - when we're sure you'll be busy with festive activities) Natureland Seal Sanctuary is a great day out for the whole family where you can meet the resident seals as well as wild seals that have been rescued as part of Natureland's conservation programme.
At Mablethorpe you can enjoy the fun of the fair on the promenade or hop on the sand train which takes visitors to the quiet North End of the resort. Cheeky Monkeys Adventure Playground and the Kids Adventure World are great for the little ones to burn off some energy.
Heading inland you'll experience a warm welcome from our bustling markets towns, each steeped in heritage and with their own stories to tell. The market town of Louth, fondly known as the Capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds, is dominated by the 295ft spire of St James' Church and is surrounded by some of the finest Georgian architecture in Britain.
For a unique glimpse of real life as it was lived, Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum, set in tranquil surroundings, houses a fantastic collection of photography depicting everyday scenes in this county town. Nearby, Tattershall Castle will wow visitors with its magnificent redbrick medieval tower, moats, bridges and has stunning views of the Lincolnshire countryside.
For steam railway fans a visit to the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway at Ludborough is not to be missed where passionate enthusiasts are dedicated to preserving Lincolnshire's railway heritage.