There is a huge range of things to do locally to suit every interest and age group. A few suggestions are shown below...
Things to do locally...
Louth is largely Georgian in origin, with a good deal of development during Victorian times. Unusually is has managed to resist the trend of the 21 century and somehow retained a quaintness of character that many rural towns have long lost. The town provides a variety of traditional shopping and regular weekly markets, Where else can you go where there are more Butchers than pubs?!! Its proximity to the coast and rural Lincolnshire means there is a wide variety of local activities available to suit most tastes and age groups.
Donna Nook Nature Reserve: One of the largest colonies of breeding Grey Seals in the UK. Every November and December several hundred seal pups are born. The seal colony can be watched from a safe viewing area - very popular with families. For more information CLICK HERE.
Rushmoor Country Park: A great family day out, brilliant for younger children. Play area, animals to cuddle, feed and watch. Tea room for animals to feed! Arrive before 11am and quote code ‘EBV13’ for a discount. For more information CLICK HERE.
Pleasure Island Theme Park: One pf many attractions that make Cleethorpes worth a visit. A wide variety of rides ro thrill and challenge all the family - but without (usually) the giant queues expected in many other theme parks. For more information CLICK HERE.
Louth Meridian Sports Centre/Swimming Pool: This is the fairly recently opened Louth area sports centre. Modern and well equipped; includes a very popular swimming pool with flume and separate children's fun pool. For more information CLICK HERE. Click here for BROCHURE.
Local Beaches: Whether your preference is sand castles, kite flying, ball games, reading, sittnig, walking or sun bathing, Lincolnshire’s beaches are difficult to beat for space, peace and quiet. The “Seaview” carpark is a great access point - and just a short walk or Beach Train ride to Mablethorpe. Try Skegness, or Cleethorpses.for the traditional seaside experience. For more information CLICK HERE.
Louth Playgoers Theatre
Aircraft Museum: Louth has a unique history with the RAF, the Red Arrows are still based in the county at RAF Scampron and can often be spotted practicing around Lincoln Discover somethoing of the historical links of the county and the RAF at the