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Lovely Lincolnshire

Book a weekend break in Lincolnshire and go on a journey of discovery visiting the county's rich church heritage.

Telling the stories of past lives in Lincolnshire's rural villages, cities and market towns, churches bring to life the history of Lincolnshire in such an exciting way.

From medieval stained glass to angels in roofs, monumental murders to the instigator of Magna Carta, rebellious vicars in the Lincolnshire Rising to intrepid explorers of the seven seas, a kings mistress to the founder of Methodism, a celebration of faith to a shelter on a pilgrimage.

Every church has a story to tell.

Lincolnshire churches on our map

Search our map for beautiful churches to visit and wonderful stories to discover across the county.

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Lovely Lincolnshire churches to inspire you!

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Boston Stump

Boston Stump is one of the country's largest parish churches with its iconic tower, the tallest to the roof of any parish church in England and one of the largest medieval towers in Britain.

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St John the Divine, Southrey

This small village church was built as a temporary structure in 1898 by the villagers and the local carpenter Richard Turner, at a cost of about £130.

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St Mary, Horncastle

Built in the 13th century, the oldest part is the low tower which is surmounted by a small spirelet that is completely out of proportion with the rest of the building!

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Stow Minster

Visit one of the most important Saxon parish churches in England, reputed to be the mother church of Lincoln Cathedral.

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All Saints, Walesby

The old church of All Saints has become a place of pilgrimage and is popular for ramblers, hence the name The Ramblers Church.

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St Wulfram, Grantham

St Wulfram's slender and graceful spire, distinctively flanked by four spirelets, was the tallest in England when it was built in 1280-1300 and it is still one of the most elegant.

Our friends in Lincolnshire

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Visit Lincolnshire

Step back in time and discover history and heritage aplenty from Roman ruins to Norman gems and Tudor palaces to Victorian splendour.

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Lincolnshire Wolds AONB

Welcome to our Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a living, working landscape, with woodland, grassland and abandoned chalk pits providing habitats for rare flowers and wildlife.

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West Lindsey Churches Festival

An annual celebration of a rich architecture and heritage, of beautiful tranquility and spirituality and a welcoming oasis of peace that all our churches offer. Held in May.

Become a Friend of the National Churches Trust, for people who love church buildings!