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Visitors walking outside the Workhouse, Southwell, Nottinghamshire.
Visitors walking outside the Workhouse, Southwell | © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

Houses and buildings in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire

From country houses filled with treasures to the stories of an old workhouse, Nottinghamshire and Linconshire's places are packed with fascinating history.

Houses and buildings to visit in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire

Discover all the best places to visit for a great day out with the family.

Marble Hall at Belton decorated for Christmas, transformed into a winter wonderland with multiple snowy trees.

Belton House 

Packed full of treasures, discover a mansion bursting with history. Belton's collection tells a story rich in global history and our future work will focus on bringing those stories to life. 

The music room at Gunby Hall showing chairs, a sofa, and a fireplace directly ahead. At the sides you can see old cupboards and on the right hand side there is light flowing through the clear sash windows.

Gunby Hall 

Explore Gunby Hall, which was home to the Massingberd family for over 250 years. The house features intimate living spaces filled with notable objects, artistic works, and homely décor.

The Chapel at Clumber Park

Visiting the Chapel of St Mary the Virgin at Clumber Park 

The 19th century Chapel of St Mary is a must-see on a visit to Clumber Park.

Mr Straw's House, Nottinghamshire

Mr Straw's House 

Ordinary house, extraordinary home

Worksop, Nottinghamshire

Closed now
Fruit on Newton's apple tree in the orchard at Woolsthorpe Manor, Lincolnshire

Woolsthorpe Manor 

Please note, Woolsthorpe is now closed for the winter and will reopen in February 2024. Woolsthorpe Manor is where Sir Isaac Newton was born and made huge scientific discoveries, and now visitors can carry out their own experiments in the science centre.

Monksthorpe Chapel, on the Gunby Hall Estate, Lincolnshire

Gunby Estate: Monksthorpe Chapel 

Remote late 17th-century Baptist chapel

near Spilsby, Lincolnshire

Partially open today
A room with blue wallpaper and a variety of old objects from around the 1960's that recreate the atmosphere of the time. There are four beds on one side of the room and a few other essential appliances such as a sink and tables.

The Workhouse and Infirmary 

Find out more about visiting The Workhouse and Infirmary, where guided tours, exhibitions and activities help bring to life the stories of the people who had to work to receive food, shelter and medical care here.

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    A view of the east and north fronts of the Great Tower at Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire, with the moat in the foreground

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    A medieval castle, Victorian workhouse and 17th century country house are just some of the places you can explore in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.