As well as enjoying the great choice of independent shopping and a visit to our traditional street market why not discover what else you can do here in Brigg and the surrounding area? Whether you like history, family fun, exploring beautiful gardens or even skydiving, you’re sure to find something to do.
For families with young children the first stop should be FunForest, a huge indoor play area across four levels with dedicated areas for babies, toddlers and juniors. Mums and dads can relax on the comfy leather sofas with a cup of coffee and free wi-fi access while little ones let off some steam.
During winter you call also experience our spooky ghost walks. Hear tales about the town’s ghouls and ghosts, including the story of the lady who haunts the balcony at The Angel and the soldiers who fought and died during the Civil War. Wrap up warm and try not to be too afraid!
If you enjoy exploring well-kept gardens and historic houses Scawby Hall is the perfect place for you. The Grade I listed Jacobean Manor house is open on selected days throughout the year and the traditional Victorian gardens, open on weekdays, are an essential sight for anyone with a passion for planting.
The innovative gardens of Elsham Hall offer a very different but equally fascinating day out. From the Walled Garden to the Butterfly Walk or Guinea Pig Village, Elsham offers something for all of the family. Just try to stop dad from sneaking off to the nearby beautiful parkland golf-course! The draw of the 27-hole championship course at Forest Pines Golf Resort might be equally hard to resist, too.
The Ancholme Valley is perfect for walkers, cyclists and fishermen alike with miles of charming countryside paths and some of the most prolific waters in the region. Why not pick up a walk or cycling pack from the Tourist Information Centre and discover the sights for yourself?
Discover the only remaining postmill in the north of England at Wrawby. The mill is home to a collection of vintage farming tools and is a fascinating insight into a bygone age.
For a high octane day out with a difference why not take to the skies? You can see our beautiful countryside from above in a helicopter or plane, and you can even learn to fly here. You could always try jumping out of a plane at Hibaldstow Skydive – an experience guaranteed to get your heart racing!
Choose a fantastic day out…