A selection of attractions in the area
There are a number of aviation heritage centres near Woodhall Spa, including the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) at RAF Coningsby. For more details visit the dedicated page.
Bubble Car Museum
Microcars or bubblecars are a significant part of British motoring history.
An alternative to full size cars, these small, fuel efficient vehicles were powered by engines of less than 700cc in size.
We have over 50 microcars on display, many in thought provoking dioramas. Examples of Bond, Isetta, Reliant, Frisky and Bamby to name but a few. We also have a row of recreated shops for you to explore, memorabilia, a giftshop and a cafe – great for afternoon tea!
We are located near Boston in Lincolnshire.
Admission charges are a micro £3 for adults and £1 for children.
Travel back in time with us to explore this fascinating era of history!
Rand Farm Park
A genuine working farm for children of all ages to enjoy. It is located on the main A158 Lincoln to Skegness road, about two miles on the Lincoln side of Wragby.
Tattershall Farm Park
Tattershall Farm Park is a friendly family run attraction where fun and farming go hand in hand. Keep the children entertained in one of our play areas many of which are undercover. Outside we have animals as well as an adventure play area with zip wire, toddler play area and sand pits. Inside we have a 2 story indoor play barn, a toddler play room, a huge indoor sand pit room and our swing barn, decked out with bales of straw, as well as a barn full of 31 varieties of chicken.
We are also really excited about our outdoor animal trail which opened at the end of April 2015 it is the home for amongst others, Jeffrey our Highland Cow, and Dinky and Dave our Donkeys. Over the next few weeks and months it will continue to grow, although during the winter months some of our animals are bought inside to rest the land and give them additional shelter from the elements.
Open every day from 10am
Distance from Woodhall Spa: 20 miles
Places of interest:
Lincoln Cathedral: www.lincolncathedral.com
Lincoln Castle and prison: www.lincolncastle.com
Medieval Bishops' Palace: http://theoldpalace.org
Museum of Lincolnshire Life: www.lincolnshire.gov.uk
The Collection (new art and archaeology museum): www.lincolnshire.gov.uk
Usher Gallery: www.thecollectionmuseum.com/
Ellis Windmill - A working windmill microsites.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Windmills
Lawn Visitor Center: www.lincoln.gov.uk
Christmas Market: http://lincoln-christmasmarket.co.uk
Distance from Woodhall Spa - 18 miles Places of interest: St Botolph's Church (Boston Stump): A church of great architectural splendour with 365 steps to the top of the tower. Listed amongst the top 18 churches in Simon Jenkins book ' England's Thousand Best Churches': www.parish-of-boston.org.uk
Maud Foster Windmill: A working windmill dating back to 1819. Includes a tea room and mill shop. Open virtually all year: www.maudfoster.co.uk
The Guildhall: www.bostonguildhall.co.uk
Sleaford & Heckington
Distance from Woodhall Spa - 20 miles
Places of interest:
Cogglesford Water Mill: www.lincolnshiremillsgroup.org.uk
Heckington 8-sailed Windmill: www.heckingtonwindmill.org.uk
Heckington Station Railway Museum: www.heckingtonvillagetrust.org.uk/
Special Events: Heckington Show: www.heckingtonshow.org.uk
This perfect little market town has wonderful Georgian streets with many fine buildings including the grade II listed All Seasons with the Louth Manor House across the road and hundreds of others from 17th century onwards.
Louth is thriving and has a theatre, art deco cinema, a huge range of local shops selling all manner of produce and plenty of restaurants and inns. Look closely at Louth and you will find the unexpected - six butchers, two grocers, a cheese shop, an old fashioned tailors, a cobblers, a fish shop and even a trophy shop.
Distance from Woodhall Spa - 17 miles
Hubbards Hills: www.hubbardshills.co.uk
Lincolnshire Wolds Railway: www.lincolnshirewoldsrailway.co.uk