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Attraction in Lincoln

Natural World Centre
Whisby Nature Park
Moor Lane
Thorpe on the Hill


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There is a wonderful day of discovery waiting for you at the Natural World Centre.

From the beautiful Nature Park and its six stunning lakes, to the fantastic exhibition inside the centre, “Our Changing World.” This wonderful exhibition for all the family will take you on a fun and interactive journey into the revolution of recycling and environmental development.

The centre also offers a regular changing programme of temporary exhibitions and events for all ages. Contact the centre for an up-to-date programme brochure.

And don’t forget the Boardwalk Café, which offers delicious “Tastes of Lincolnshire” foods and fairtrade tea and coffee. Plus our original gift shop that stocks one-off local souvenirs, crafts and gifts.


Nearest UK Airport: Humberside/East Midlands
Months Open: Every day: 10 - 5
Closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Coach Parking: Yes - Free
Car Parking: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Nature Park & Walks: Free
Exhibitions: Adults: £3.50; Children: £2.50
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café/Refreshments

More Attractions nearby

Lincoln Castle (0.07 miles)

Lincoln Cathedral (0.09 miles)

Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace (0.15 miles)

St Peter-in-Eastgate Church (0.18 miles)

Jews' Court (0.22 miles)

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