Touring Attractions in Lincolnshire

Our own picturesque village of Burton-Upon-Stather was voted the 2005 winner of the Calor Gas Small Village of the year for North Lincolnshire. You can often visit the gardens that helped win this award during our summer festival’s open Garden Day.

Julians Bower Medieval Turf MazeRiver Trent

Alkborough is just a 2½ mile walk away. Enjoy the breathtaking views on the Burton hills following the river Trent to this delightful little village or why not visit the Medieval Turf Maze. The views across the confluence of the rivers Trent, Ouse and Humber are spectacular. On a clear day you can see the towers of York Minster.

Normanby Hall Country ParkNormanby Hall Country Park

Normanby Hall Country Park is under 2 miles away. This elegant Regency Hall is set in 300 acres of beautiful parkland, gardens and pleasure grounds. Discover Lincolnshire’s rich rural heritage in the fascinating Farm Museum or take a relaxing walk through the woodland or deer park where herds of red and fallow deer peacefully graze.

Humber Bridge20-21 Visual Arts Centre

Other attractions within ½ hour drive include the Humber Bridge, 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Waters’ Edge Country Park, Ropewalk Contemporary Art & Craft, and Steam Railtours.

Grange Park Golf ClubMount Pleasant Mill

Whilst experience has shown us that the majority of our visitors come to Brookside to either unwind, “get away from it all” or just to walk the dog, there are plenty of activities for the more energetically inclined. Whether your passion is for cycling, walking, bird watching, fishing, golf, tennis, sight seeing or shopping, there is plenty to keep you occupied.

During the summer months you can find shows, country fairs and other events across the county. To find out more about events in North Lincolnshire contact:

Tourist Information logoBrigg Tourist Information Centre
The Buttercross
Market Place
North Lincolnshire
DN20 8ER

Tel: 01652 657053