This year’s Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days took place from September 11 to September 20 on a theme of The Past and Pastimes.
The free event programme was a mix of socially distanced events at venues for pre-booking and some virtual tours and experiences.
Hannah Thompson, from the organisers, Heckington-based Heritage Lincolnshire, said: “We are so proud that we have been able to continue with some great events that really showcase the amazing heritage places and organisations we have within our county.”
Among the local venues were Cogglesford Water Mill which had a Victorian day and Heckington Windmill, as well as Silk Willoughby church which hosted a photographic display. There were virtual tours of Roman Ancaster and a guided walk around Sempringham Priory on the story of the county’s St Gilbert. Sleaford Museum hosted a pop up exhibition on recent surveys of Sleaford Castle.