Welcome to Brigg
Brigg is a small market town in the north of North Lincolnshire. The area the town now inhabits has been used for thousands of years as a crossing point of the river Ancholme, and prehistoric boats dating back to 900 BC have been found in the area. Much of the town’s retail is now centred on an ancient marketplace, at the intersection of Bridge Street, Wrawberry Street, and bigby Street.
Fall in love with Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire is the home of some of England’s most scenic country walks, most historic buildings and artefacts, as well as Britain’s biggest sausage festival! The county is attracting more and more visitors every year, looking for a traditional seaside break in Skegness, an adventure in the historic intrigue of Lincoln, or to attend one of Lincolnshire’s many vibrant events and festivals.
Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse: a portal to the past
Thornton Abbey is an impressive and haunting ruin of a once-significant religious site, now a major staple of the midlands’ rich heritage. Its massive fortified gatehouse is the largest in England, and a testament to its former title as Britain’s richest Augustinian abbey. Today, visitors to the abbey can learn about the fascinating and turbulent lives of the people who once lived there, and spot the local wildlife that can often be seen Near the ruins.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Brigg? Travelodge Scunthorpe Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, and Travelodge Doncaster Lakeside Hotel can be reached in 40 minutes.