The centre recalls life on an operational airfield honouring 106 Squadron. Seasons of lectures and other events are held at the centre throughout the year.
A quaint little cottage built in the mid 1800s, lived in by a remarkable lady called Hilda Smith, who resisted unnecessary change. (currently closed to visitors for repairs and restoration)
This leisure centre features a swimming pool with an interactive waterslide, 3G football pitch, gym, studios, and cafe. Lots of classes for all ages take part throughout the week
The theatre stages a varied and exciting programme of professional drama, music, dance and children's theatre events alongside community performances and loads more.
A centre that exhibits the fascinating story of this historic establishment, from its early days as a Royal Naval Air Service base to the current day.
A restored Fighter Command Sector Operations Room in an original 1937 bunker, detailing history of RAF Digby from 1918 - 1945.
The National Centre for Craft and Design is the largest space in the UK dedicated to the promotion, celebration and exhibition of craft and design. It hosts a diverse range of exhibitions all year round, and also has well as cafe and a shop selling contemporary craft.
A fully restored and working watermill, thought to be the only Sheriff's Watermill still operating in England. Special events and working days take place, also the sale of organic flour and other locally sourced products in the shop.
An original grade II listed canal company office, built in 1838. Now a heritage centre, the building shows the story of the Navigation and the part it played in Sleaford's history.
A visitor centre within a beautiful nature park, gift shop plus the Boardwalk Cafe with delicious food and regular exciting exhibitions. Also includes Little Darters Wildlife Adventure Area, a free wildlife adventure area that is packed full of exciting tunnels, bridges and sand pits for kids to enjoy!
A former forge and blacksmith's workshop, which dates from 1864 and served the needs of farmers and tradesmen. It now exhibits old photographs, displays and memorabilia and a restored earth privy.