Historic Sites in the Care of the Trust
Sites managed by the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire
The remains of Bolingbroke Castle can be found within the picturesque village of Old Bolingbroke, located on the southern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The castle was built in the early 13th century by Randulph de Blundeville, Earl of Chester and Lincoln and was later the birthplace of Henry IV.
Visit the ruins of this medieval castle to discover more about its fascinating history, to learn about the archaeology on the site which dates back to the 12th century and to enjoy this tranquil spot in beautiful Lincolnshire countryside.
The site is open from dawn until dusk all year round.
Car Parking and Access
Old Bolingbroke is located off the A155 between Coningsby and Spilsby in Lincolnshire. The car park is situated on Moat Lane.
The field adjacent to the castle which includes an earthwork believed to be linked to the castle is also accessible.
Wheelchair access is available at both entrances onto the site from Moat Lane. Please note that although paths are cut in the grass, the ground is uneven in most places.
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There are no toilet or refreshment facilities on site. Display panels are situated around the castle to help you discover the history of the site.
For your safety
For further information contact the site manager on (01529) 461499 or email email@example.com
This village based community group aims to promote the castle and works in partnership with the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire in providing guided tours for groups, organising events at the castle, and ensuring the future preservation of the monument.
This property is managed by the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire by agreement with English Heritage.
Visit our events page
to find out about activities on the castle this year.
Education packs on the castle are available and guided tours can be booked by appointment.