Over 100 free events are taking place between September 11-14 as part of this year’s popular Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days.
The event, which features a number of local attractions, is set to be a major crowed puller with visitors expected from Lincolnshire and further afield.
It will be a once-a-year opportunity to discover the rich history and heritage of Lincolnshire, along with the role many communities played during the First World War.
Heritage Lincolnshire is co-ordinating the special events which feature historic sites, talks and walks around the county.
Beverley Gormley, Heritage Lincolnshire’s Cultural Events Officer, said this year’s event would be the biggest yet and added: “There will be something for everyone.”
Events on offer range from a wander around Pow Cottage in Tattershall to a talk on ‘Woodhall Spa in the First World War’ at the Petwood Hotel.
For more information visit www.lincsheritage.org/hod or email HOD@lincsheritage.org