Out & About

To make planing your holiday easy we have categorised and listed the attractions in order of distance; nearest first.

Local Walks / Cycle Routes

Nature Reserves

Museums, Houses and Gardens

Towns & Citys

One For The Kids!


Cleethorpes Beach

Eating out

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Local Walks

Adlingfleet Circular

A circular walk from Adlingfleet to the west of the village and back

Distance 4.5 miles

Adlingfleet - Blacktoft Sands

A circular walk, Adlingfleet to RSPB Blacktoft Sands and back

Distance 4 miles

Adlingfleet - Fockerby

A circular walk, Adlingfleet to Fockerby and back

Distance 5 miles

Circular cycle route Adlingfleet - Ousefleet - Whitgift - Fockerby

A circular cycling route (part grass tracks)

Distance 11 miles


Nature Reserves

RSPB Blacktoft Sands

Sited is on the southern bank of the Ouse, opposite the village of Blacktoft, and between Ousefleet and Adlingfleet, the reserve's tidal reedbed is the largest in England. It is known for its wetland breeding birds, including marsh harrier, bittern and bearded tit.

Approx 1 mile, 2 minutes

Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve

Covering 2878 hectares the Humberhead Peatlands NNR is a haven for wildlife with over 5000 species in all including the rare Nighjar an insect-feeding nocturnal bird. Click on the image for information on the 'Visit Doncaster' website, Click HERE for a leaflet on the reserve by Natural England who manage it, there is also more information on Wikipedia HERE and Facebook HERE

Approx 22 miles, 42 minutes


Museums, Houses and Gardens

Normanby Hall Country Park

Managed by North Lincolnshire Council, Normanby Hall Country Park is a beautiful 300 acre estate set in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Open to the public every day of the year, the park offers the perfect backdrop to your day out. With impressive gardens, wildlife, a full schedule of events, walks and trails through the woodland, and a gift shop and café there is plenty to keep you entertained all year round. During the summer months (April to September) the Hall and Farming Museum are open from 1pm to 5pm daily. The children's Splashpad also operates daily throughout the summer months.

Approx 15 miles, 29 minutes

North Lincolnshire Musieum

North Lincolnshire Musieum offers something for everyone with collections of archaeology, decorative arts, local history, natural history and geology and community exhibitions. There is a brand new room for under-fives which opened in summer 2016. The room offers a fun and safe environment for children to play and learn, including archaeological dig and mini museum wall displays. The Courtyard Tearoom and garden area offers a range of snacks and drinks and there is also a gift shop.

Approx 13 miles, 30 minutes

South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum

A great day out for families and enthusiasts alike the South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum exhibits a collection of aircraft from the first airshow in Britain at Doncaster Racecourse in 1909, to modern fast jets and civil light aircraft. With aircraft which are unique in preservation, alongside a whole host of familiar favourites, and cockpits and interactive exhibits open all year round there really is something for everyone.

Approx 34 miles, 49 minutes

Cusworth Hall, Musieum & Park

Often described as a jewel in Doncaster’s crown, Cusworth Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed building set in acres of historic parkland. The house was built between 1740 and 1744 for local land owner William Wrightson and recent refurbishments have transformed the Hall into Heritage Doncaster’s social history museum.

The historic parkland surrounding Cusworth Hall is the perfect location for picnics, walks with the dog, or family days out. Children’s play areas and a playing field are also located within the Park and a variety of walking trails are available from the Hall reception.

Situated in Cusworth Hall’s former stable and coach house, Butlers Tea Room and Bistro serves meals, snacks and drinks

Approx 33 miles, 50 minutes

Nostell Priory

Nostell Priory is a Palladian house located in Nostell, near Crofton close to Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, approached by the Doncaster road from Wakefield. It dates from 1733, and was built for the Winn family on the site of a medieval priory. The Priory and its contents were given to the National Trust in 1953 by the trustees of the estate and Rowland Winn, 3rd Baron St Oswald. The house has a lovely collection of Chippendale furnature and beautiful gardens there is a childrens play area, cafes and shops.

Approx 37 miles, 50 minutes

The Deep

Journey through the story of the world’s oceans travelling through a unique blend of spectacular marine life from warm tropical waters to the cold Antarctic seas. Enjoy the fun and educational interactive and audio-visual presentations on your voyage of discovery.

Highlights include daily dive shows and animal presentations where you can see divers hand feed the animals.

Visit The Deep’s newest residents, a colony of Gentoo penguins.

Finally walk through the amazing glass tunnel and take in the stunning marine life swimming all around you, before taking a ride in the glass lift through the 10m Endless Oceans exhibit. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Approx 38 miles, 55 minutes

Temple Newsam

Discover 500 years of history in this magnificent country mansion set within 1500 acres of beautiful parkland, complete with a rare breed farm. Explore the rooms of the house filled with fine and decorative art treasures or uncover the secrets of the past residents and workers of the estate. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Approx 40 miles, 60 minutes

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

YSP seeks to provide a centre of international, national and regional importance for the production, exhibition and appreciation of modern and contemporary sculpture. Many inspirational elements combine here to create a unique and exceptional balance of art, heritage, learning, space and landscape.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Approx 48 miles, 60 minutes


Towns & Citys

The City of York

York is a historic walled city at the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Foss in North Yorkshire, England. The municipality is the traditional county town of Yorkshire to which it gives its name. The city has a rich heritage and has provided the backdrop to major political events in England throughout much of its two millennia of existence. The city offers a wealth of historic attractions, of which York Minster is the most prominent, and a variety of cultural and sporting activities making it a popular tourist destination for millions.

Approx 32 miles, 60 minutes

The City of Hull

Visit Hull - A Surprising Maritime City

Click on the image for the Hull City of Culture 2017 website or click HERE for the Visit Hull and East Yorkshire Website

Approx 38 miles, 55 minutes

City of Lincoln

Lincoln is a historic city with a vibrant and contemporary edge that adds an exciting dimension to any visit.

Lincoln offers an experience rich in history combined with independent boutique shopping, great arts and culture and a wealth of places to eat and drink.

The city is easily walkable for visitors with good mobility - the main shopping and tourist area stretches from St Marks Shopping centre in the south up to the Cathedral Quarter - known locally as 'Uphill'.

Steep Hill, voted Britain's Great Street 2012, connects 'downhill' and 'uphill' Lincoln. Yes it is steep as its name suggests, but well worth the walk!

Approx 42 miles, 65 minutes

City of Leeds

From stylish shopping and decadent dining, to contempory arts and a vibrant nighlife, leeds is abundant with things to do

Approx 45 miles, 60 minutes


One for the Kids!

Pink Pig Farm

Pink Pig Farm is a working farm, petting zoo, farm shop and restaurant and also has an adventure playground and kids soft play area.

Approx 17 miles, 40 minutes

Williams Den

William's Den is a brand new adventure attraction, giving families the freedom to play and experience the best day ever!

Approx 25 miles, 39 minutes

The Yorkshire Wildlife Park

'The UK's Number 1 Walkthrough Wildlife Adventure' YWP has a large variety of animals from all over the world, you can go into a lot of the enclosures and watch the smaller animals being fed, there are restaurants shops and play areas too.

Approx 28 miles, 47 minutes

Sundown Adventure Land

The theme park exclusively designed for the under tens, there is too much to list here! Theme park rides, indoor and outdoor play areas, themed areas (wild west etc), cafes and much more.

Approx 43 miles, 49 minutes




Off-Road Karting and Paintball Centre. Goole, Yorkshire.

Approx 7 miles, 15 minutes

Xscape Yorkshire

Xscape is a place where you can play, eat or shop 364 days a year whatever the weather is doing outside. It has a large indoor ski slope, assult course, climbing wall, bowling, crazy golf and much more, there are also places to eat and drink, and specialist outdoor sports retailers. There's something for all ages, whether you want a quiet coffee and a cake or a hit of adrenaline!

Approx 30 miles, 42 minutes

The Dome, Doncaster

Doncaster Dome is one of the region's premier sports, leisure & entertainment destinations, with over 50 activities taking place under one roof. Make a splash in the Lagoons; a magical 7-pool water world waiting to be explored or Cut the Ice in the Ice Caps; the UK's only split level ice rink with interconnecting ramps linking two Ice Pads together.

Approx 31 miles, 45 minutes


Magna Science Adventure Centre is a hands-on experience, packed with interactive exhibits and fascinating displays. Explore the wonders of Science and Technology in our four pavilions – Air, Earth, Fire & Water!

Approx 47 miles, 58 minutes


Cleethorpes Beach

Cleethorpes Seaside Town

Theres lots to do in Cleethorpes, live entertainment, a boating lake, steam locomotives, history and heritage and of course the beach there’s something for everyone.

Approx 43 miles, 60 minutes


Eating out

10 Great places to eat within 1/2 an hours drive of Adlingfleet
The Half Moon, Reedness

Approx 4 miles, 7 minutes

The Ingleby Arms, Amcotts

Approx 5 miles, 8 minutes.

The River Don Tavern & Lodge, Eastoft

Approx 6 miles, 13 minutes.

The Red Lion / The Raj, Crowle

Approx 9 miles, 20 minutes.

The Ferryboat, West Butterwick

Approx 12 miles, 25 minutes.

The Peppered Pig, East Cowick

Approx 15 miles, 30 minutes.

The White Bear, Epworth

Approx 16 miles, 30 minutes.

The Kings Head, Barmby on the Marsh

Approx 16 miles, 30 minutes.

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