Open daily (House is open Wednesday to Sunday) from the middle of March until the start of November, from 10.30am to 5 pm. Adult day ticket £13, Children (3-15) £6.50, […]
This museum is a unique experience for all the family, containing one of the country’s finest collections of Romany Vardo’s (gypsy caravans & carts) and Wardesko kola (harness) etc.
St Mary and St Nicolas has been at the heart of Spalding life for over 700 years. The building and its community have survived through flood, plague, famine and war.
Moulton Mill is the tallest windmill in the country and stands at 100ft high to the top of the cap. Admission to the Granary tearooms and the Mill shop is […]
Ayscoughfee Hall is a unique survivor of a family house from the mid-15th century. Set in 5.5 acres of gardens, Ayscoughfee Hall provides a fascinating glimpse into Spalding’s past.
Founded in 1710, the Spalding Gentlemen’s Society is Britain’s oldest surviving provincial learned society. Since 1955, its charitable purpose has been: ‘To promote and foster among the public knowledge, appreciation […]
Chain Bridge Forge is a short walk from Spalding town centre, alongside the Welland river and is open for bespoke commissions or blacksmithing workshops.