Lincoln is home to one of only four surviving copies of Magna Carta, dating back to the 13th century. Visit the document in Lincoln Castle and discover a piece of human history.
Hidden above the Lincoln Cathedral cloisters are the Medieval Library and Wren Library, a 15th century collection of books in "the most beautiful room in England".
A unique, Grade II listed canal company office with interactive exhibits detailing the history of travel and trade by canal.
Discover the fascinating story of the historic RAF Cranwell and become a pilot on the Jet Provost flight simulator.
The home of British craft and design: exhibitions and shopping set in Sleaford's Navigation Wharf.
Discover the world of wildlife in Whisby Nature Park and enjoy environmental exhibitions and a delicious cafe at the Natural World Centre.
An auction house featuring regular monthly sales and outdoor events,including a café and small museum.
Housed in a timbered 15th Century building within the Cathedral Quarter, Harding House Gallery provides a unique and exciting place for artists to exhibit their work.
COMING SEPTEMBER 2015 - Work is underway to mark the sacrifice of around 25,000 World War II aircrew that lost their lives whilst flying out of Lincolnshire, by erecting the International Bomber Command Centre on the top of Canwick Hill, in Lincoln.
England's oldest surviving tank is on display in the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.