Tattershall, Lincoln LN4 4LR. Tel 01526 342543

A vast fortified tower built c 1440 for Ralph Cromwell, Lord Treasurer of England. The castle is an important example of an early brick building, with a tower containing state apartments, rescued from dereliction and restored by Lord Curzon 1911-14. Four great chambers, with ancillary rooms, contain late Gothic fireplaces and brick vaulting. There are tapestries and information displays in turret rooms. Lincoln Cathedral and Boston Stump are visible from the battlements on clear days.
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On A153 between Skegness and Grantham

Mar-end Oct, Sat-Wed & BH Mon (closed Good Fri) 10.30am-5.30pm

Nov-Dec Sat & Sun only 10.30am-4.00pm

Last admission 30 min before closing

Access via 3 steps to ground floor of castle. Museum not accessible.

Access to shop and grounds. WC.

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