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Things to do in Lincolnshire in 2024

There are lots of major events in Lincolnshire in 2024 that should be on the calendar of every person and business in the region. So, let’s take you through what’s on…

Harlaxton Manor Spring Open House (March 29th)

Harlaxton Manor is hosting a special bank holiday weekend of family-friendly activities, including the Gregory Goose and Friends Easter Egg Hunt. There’ll also be a drawing room for children, picnic benches, a pianist, singer and magician.

Countryside Lincs (April 14th)

The Lincolnshire Showground is hosting Countryside Lincs in April, which will offer a fun-filled family day with lots of indoor and outdoor activities. With eight different zones to choose from, there will be something for everyone, no matter the weather.

People at the Countryside Lincs Sports Zone 2023

Lincoln Festival of History (May 4th to 6th)

For those looking for educational events in Lincolnshire, visit the Lincoln Festival of History and be transported back to pivotal moments in Lincoln’s past. Split into zones, the event will allow visitors to explore different areas of the city and people are encouraged to join in costume or wear creations made at the event. 

Lincoln Beer Festival (May 23rd to 25th)

Hosted at The Drill, Lincoln Beer Festival will showcase over 100 real ales from across the UK, as well as traditional farm-produced cider and perry. Food will also be available from Limelight, the in-house restaurant – don’t miss out! 

D-Day at 80 (June 6th)

If you’re looking for things to do in Lincolnshire to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the International Bomber Command Centre will be hosting an evening of celebrations. This will include a prosecco reception with a performance from the Military Wives Choir, a three course dinner, and dancing with Lincolnshire’s very own Blighty Belles. 

The Lincolnshire Show (June 19th to 20th)

When it comes to events in Lincolnshire, The Lincolnshire Show is perhaps the biggest – it’s a true celebration of all that’s great about Lincolnshire. Now in its 139th year, the Show will offer spectacular entertainment, delicious local produce, local art and handmade crafts. 

People watching a show at the Lincolnshire Show 2023

Sculpture at Doddington (July 20th to September 1st)

The popular biennial Sculpture Exhibition returns to Doddington Hall this summer, with national and international sculptors complementing each area of the garden. There will be over 300 works of art made by 60 Sculptors – an event not to be missed!

Revesby Country Fair (August 4th)

Offering a great day out for the whole family, this much-loved Lincolnshire country show will include a line-up of entertainment, activities and country pursuits. There will be show jumping, live music and food stands – as well as the traditional ‘Revesby style’ terrier racing.

Classic cars at Revesby Country Fair

Lincoln Sausage Festival (October 12th)

Held in the grounds of Lincoln Castle each October, the Lincoln Sausage Festival returns this year featuring The Cosmic Sausages, Mr & Mrs Sausage and cookery demos with Chef Rachael Green. 

Lincoln Ice Trail (December 7th to 8th)

If you’re looking for things to do in Lincolnshire to kick off your Christmas celebrations, the Lincoln Ice Trail will bring a magical weekend of frozen fun, as well as a host of Christmas entertainment. There will be 20 ice masterpieces to discover and live ice-carving demonstrations of the Lincoln Cathedral over both days. 

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