Louth, a busy market town, with the traditional cattle now outstripped by new industry.
Fine houses in Westgate and Upgate, and a Gothic parish church, with a 300 foot tower. The Town Hall, built 1854, has been refurbished.
Famous as Lord Tennyson attended Louth Grammar School and published his first book here. A local vicar, Thomas Kendall, was hanged for his part in a rebellion against Henry VIII.
Today the town has its own "Food Trail", get a brochure from the Tourist Information Centre and follow the trail to sample local food.
There is a cinema, housed in a 1930's building, on Cannon Street.
Louth Parish Church A 15th century church in the centre of the town.
Claythorpe Watermill and Wildfowl Gardens 7.6 miles Lovely gardens with wildlife and a watermill.
Towns Near Louth To Visit - straight line distance:Alford (10.70 miles) Horncastle (11.78 miles) Cleethorpes (12.90 miles) Grimsby (13.60 miles)