Local Heritage

Within 20 minutes drive time from The Thomas Centre.

The National Fishing Heritage Centre at Grimsby

Follow your visit with a great Fish and Chip lunch at Steele’s in Cleethorpes, and you will be fully “fished out”!

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Lincolnshire Wolds Station

These is really popular for steam and diesel train fans of all ages with lots of access to the trains run by a band of volunteers running on alternate Sundays during Summer and other special occasions.

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Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway

Climb aboard for a 4 mile return journey along the Humberside coast, on one of Britain’s oldest seaside miniature railways. A full trip incorporates our three stations, and the smallest pub on the planet.

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The Maze at Wragby

established in 1996 this is good old fashioned simply fun for all.

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Within 30 minutes to an hours drive time from The Thomas Centre (dependant on traffic that is!) we have

St James’ Church

For those who are interested in church architecture a visit to St James’ Church in Louth is a must. One of the highest spires in the country, the church is very much worth visiting.

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Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral was recently the setting for the filming of the contentious “De Vinci Code”.

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Lincoln Castle

A place where kings and convicts have walked, a symbol of power and punishment through the ages and home to an original 1215 Magna Carta
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Alford Windmill and Tea Rooms

Lincolnshire is peppered with numerous windmills. Alford is one of the best, and made all the more popular with enthusiastic staff. Great cream teas!

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