A delightful Victorian house, Woodlands Hotel is ideally situated just a short walk from the…
Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre
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Baytree Owl & Wildlife Centre is a long-established visitor attraction boasting an extensive collection of owls, birds of prey and native British wildlife which is open to the public all year round. From Easter through to October, daily flying demonstrations are included at no extra cost. Bookings are also available for a range of hands-on flying experiences, where participants can get up close to some of the world's most impressive bird of prey species!
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Facilities – at a glance
Suitable for all child ages
- Suitable for children of all ages
- Parking onsite
- Fully accessible
- Facilities: Fixed access ramp, level access, wide access, large-print signage. Complimentary ticket policy for carers.
- Accessible toilets
- Open all year
- Opening Times: Tuesday to Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm (last admission 3:30pm). Open Bank Holiday Monday and Mondays during school holidays. Closed Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day
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About the area
Much of the fenland around the Wash has been drained of its marshes and reclaimed as highly productive farmland. Further north, the coastline, with its sandy beaches, has been developed to accommodate the holiday industry, with caravans, campsites and the usual seaside paraphernalia. The main resorts are Skegness, Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes and Ingoldmells. Inland, the chalky margin of the Lincolnshire Wolds offers an undulating landscape of hills and valleys, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Lincoln, the county town, is dominated by its magnificent cathedral. Most of interest in the city is in the uphill area, Steep Hill, ascending from the River Witham; the Bailgate spanned by the Newport Arch, and the Minster Yard with its medieval and Georgian architecture. Boston, on the banks of Witham, was England’s second biggest seaport in the 13th and 14th centuries, when the wool trade was at its height. There are market towns all over the county still holding weekly markets, including Barton-upon-Humber, Boston, Bourne, Brigg, Crowland, Gainsborough, Grantham, Great Grimsby, Holbeach, Horncastle, Long Sutton, Louth, Market Rasen, Scunthorpe, Sleaford, Spalding (the centre of the flower industry), and the elegant Edwardian spa resort of Woodhall Spa.
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