Your culture attendant: things to do in Gainsborough

A THING TO DO THIS SUNDAY

GAINSBOROUGH
Price: £5 (adult)
Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
From a 1927 'Leyland 1' bus to a 1969 Ford Capri, explore a century of the vehicles that rode the roads of Lincolnshire, at the Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum, on Whisby Road in North Hykeham in Lincoln. The volunteer-run museum has dozens of vehicles on display, so transport yourself back in time this Sunday until 4pm.
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"What things to do in Gainsborough are on this Sunday?" "Where can I find culture or do some sightseeing?" "How can I have an amazing day?" ...
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Welcome to the Gainsborough edition of ATTDT: your Gainsborough culture attendant, and the ultimate independent curated guide to the very best of what to do this Sunday in Gainsborough. Whether it's free or fancy, from local tourist attractions to cultural events and even adventurous things to do, if you're in and around Gainsborough, whether you're visiting or a local, ATTDT is here to help.

We specialise in finding you excellent and often offbeat activities, attractions and events specifically on and open this Sunday, which are ready to see and do: things to do for anyone looking to cure their boredom. Look at the idea above for something to do this Sunday, reload the page to get other great things to do, or change the day to have an amazing time in Gainsborough all week. Find out more....

GAINSBOROUGH
LINCOLNSHIRE
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Sunrise: 06:03
Sunset: 17:42
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“I've got a great ambition to die of exhaustion rather than boredom”
Thomas Carlyle