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National Trust gets Biker Friendly!

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Tattershall castle in Lincolnshire throws its' doors open to Biker for a special free opening - Friday 20th May!

Standing proud in the Lincolnshire landscape, Tattershall Castle is a rock of a building.  Its story is one of splendour, decay and rebirth. Built in the 15th Century as a statement of power, laid to ruin for over 200 years and finally rescued in 1911, today this mammoth, brick medieval castle acts as an iconic landmark for many.

Bike enthusiasts may be familiar with Tattershall as a ride-through, now is your chance to visit. Climb the 150 steps from the basement to Battleparts, check out the 17th century graffiti, enjoy the incredible views from the roof including neighbouring RAF Coningsby or just relax in the grounds and enjoy some hog roast. Special provision has been made for storage of helmets.  

Also on the day, there will be a chance to find out about other events Tattershall has planned for the year ahead, including a brand new arts project called 'DARK MATERIALS' in which the darker side of life will be explored through a major new art exhibition and an alternative gothic country fair.

We are keen to offer an interesting experience for the biker community and somewhere you wish to visit so any ideas for events and attractions will be gratefully recieved.

Open to those arriving on a Motorcycle and not the general public. 11am - 4pm.

Find the castle on the A153 at Tattershall Village.

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