When you visit Lincoln, here are the attractions you simply should not miss.
Guided tours and interactive trails offer a great introduction to the city.
From unique stores on cobbled streets to high street fashion in shopping centres.
Live gigs, panto, dance, music and more.
Check out places to visit, guided tours, shopping, venues and sports and leisure. There is so much to explore if you have a few days or a few hours.
Paul Cummins, artist of the iconic Poppies: Wave installation coming to Lincoln Castle in 2016, tells us about his inspiration and the significance of Lincoln's involvement this summer. » Find out more
To celebrate the start of Doddington Hall's Cherry Blossom Festival we asked the Hall's very own Susanna Plummer to tell us more about the iconic phenomenon. » Find out more
2016 marks the 100th year since aircraft flying training started at the airbase in Cranwell, south of Lincoln. » Find out more
Need some inspiration for your trip to Lincoln? Check out our trip ideas to find something you’re guaranteed to enjoy!
Lincolnshire is a food lovers paradise. So many places to eat, shop & savour the flavour!
If you're travelling as a group check out all of the things to do, places to eat & more.
Lincoln is steeped in history - boasting a Cathedral, Castle and much more to explore.
The east may be the drier side of England...but for rainy days, here's some handy tips.
Just the two of you? Relax, soak up the atmosphere of Lincoln and enjoy time well spent.
Lincoln offers lots to do for children and families. Check out our family friendly trip id
William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle in 1068 on a site occupied since Roman times.