Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire

A medieval castle, Victorian workhouse, a 17th century country house and a 1,537 hectare (3,800 acre) park are just some of the many places you can explore when you visit these two Midlands’ counties.

Belton House with autumn leaves

Belton House

The perfect English country house?

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Clumber Park

Freedom to discover

Leaves in front of Gunby

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

A homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds

Mr Straws House

Mr Straw's House

Ordinary house, extraordinary home

The castle on a beautiful autumn day with lots of yellow and red leaves dotted on the trees in the foreground

Tattershall Castle

Magnificent 15th century red brick castle - what wealth and power looks like

Woolsthorpe Manor in late September from lower orchard with the apple tree in the foreground.

Woolsthorpe Manor

Isaac Newton changed the world here

View of the front of The Workhouse in autumn showing the garden with pumpkins and apples

The Workhouse, Southwell

Atmospheric Victorian workhouse

Blue skies at Monksthorpe Chapel

Gunby Hall Estate: Monksthorpe Chapel

Remote late 17th-century Baptist chapel