The Best Landmark in North Lincolnshire

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in North Lincolnshire, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Thornton Curtis, Ulceby, North Lincolnshire DN39 6TU

Since 1139

Castle, Landmark, Historical Place, Tourist Attraction, Architectural Structure, Gatehouse, Heritage Site, Picnic Area, Guide Book, Chapter House, School Visits, Group Visits, Exhibition, Gardens, Commercial Photography & Filming

Free Admission for Members - The founding abbey building from the 12th century was Romanesque in style - The later abbey from the 13th/14th centuries was built in Early Gothic style - It is a Grade I listed building

Price: Adult £5.40, Child (5-15 Years) £3.20, Concession £4.90 & Family (2 Adults, 3 Children) £14.00

Sat - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thornton Abbey such a lovely place to visit, the gate house is the largest of English monastic gatehouses. You can wonder around the inside of the gatehouse climbing up to three levels, and it is wonderful to see just how these people all those years ago could build a magnificent building like this to such a high standard. In the small reception/ticket office you can purchase refreshment hot and cold drinks and also a bite to eat. And if it is your lucky day you might find a young man.

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Normanby, North Lincolnshire DN15 9HU

Since 1830

Hall, Tourist Attraction, Landmark, Architectural Structure, Historical Buildings, Victorian Walled Garden, Museum, Stableyard, Duck Ponds, Deer Sanctuary, Fishing Lake, Miniature Railway & Broadleaf Woodland

It is a beautiful 300 acre estate set in the heart of North Lincolnshire and is one of the region's top visitor attractions and wedding venues - It is a Classic English Mansion - The former 350 acre (1.4 km²) estate around the hall

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Living local I visit here many times a year, so I've had an annual pass for as long as I can remember. Ideal for picnics, bird watching, woodland walks, taking the kids for a play or just having an afternoon to yourself with a book and deckchair. There's a cafe open 7 days a week - even in winter. In the summer season the farming museum is open as is the large manor house. The rest of the year it's just the parkland, the woodland, the deer park, the Victorian Walled Garden.

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1206 Elsham Hall B, Brigg, North Lincolnshire DN20 0QZ

Since 1970

Hall, Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Gardens, Animals, Tea Room, Art Exhibitions, School Visits, Weddings, Lakeside Gardens, Contemporary Walled Garden, Playground, Adventure Play Area & Shop

Free Admission: Child under 2 - It is a 17th century country house situated in its own parkland - The present house along with a 19th Century orangery in the grounds is Grade II listed and a private family home

Price: Adults £5.75, Children £4.75, Family Ticket (2 X Adult & 2 X Child) £20, OAP & Cons £5

Mon - Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

We have been to visit elsham hall many times in the last 6 months. Our latest trip was mothers day which was also the first lambing Sunday. We all commented on what a lovely set up it was, with the merry go round and the circus skills workshop for the kids. The weather was amazing which added to the wonderful feeling of the courtyard area. I had treated my mum and mum in law to go pottery painting, with my 8 year old, which is a lovely place, very helpful and friendly staff with a lovely choice

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