Interested in historic sites and monuments? Lincolnshire boasts more than its fair share of both. Find out about the Knights Templar, the Tudors and the many battlefields, buildings and buried treasures.
Lincolnshire has been the site for a number of battles over the ages. Some are well known such as the battles of the Royalists and the Parliamentarians, while others are less well known.
Some of the oldest surviving buildings still in use in Lincolnshire are churches.
A community heritage project
The Lincolnshire Historic Environment Record (HER) is a record of information about archaeological sites
Looking at and reading the landscape is a really important part of understanding our past
Information regarding the Boston Big Dig. (photo by kind permission of Aerial-Cam)
The conservation of archaeological material is a complex process which demands a high degree of professional judgement of its practitioners. The Museums and Collections Care team and specifically the conservators within that team, has a national reputation for the quality of its work.
The Marton community heritage project, celebrating the rich Roman Heritage of Marton
There was, and is, a significant nonconformist presence in Lincolnshire with, in particular, a strong Methodist presence