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Museums, Galleries & Libraries

11-20 miles from Lincoln
Navigation House

A unique, Grade II listed canal company office with interactive exhibits detailing the history of travel and trade by canal.


11-20 miles from Lincoln
RAF Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre

Discover the fascinating story of the historic RAF Cranwell and become a pilot on the Jet Provost flight simulator.


Lincoln Suburbs
St Katherine’s Heritage and Cultural Centre

St. Katherine's Heritage and Cultural Centre offers visitors interactive displays exploring the rich history and heritage of the site, inspirational exhibitions and a programme of festivals and events.


Cathedral Quarter
The Medieval And Wren Libraries

Hidden above the Lincoln Cathedral cloisters are the Medieval Library and Wren Library, a 15th century collection of books in "the most beautiful room in England".


11-20 miles from Lincoln
The National Centre for Craft and Design

The home of British craft and design: exhibitions and shopping set in Sleaford's Navigation Wharf.


3-10 miles from Lincoln
The Natural World Centre

Discover the world of wildlife in Whisby Nature Park and enjoy environmental exhibitions and a delicious cafe at the Natural World Centre.


Cathedral Quarter
Harding House Gallery

Housed in a timbered 15th Century building within the Cathedral Quarter, Harding House Gallery provides a unique and exciting place for artists to exhibit their work.


Lincoln Suburbs
International Bomber Command Centre

COMING SOON - Work is underway to mark the sacrifice of around 25,000 World War II aircrew that lost their lives whilst flying out of Lincolnshire, by erecting the International Bomber Command Centre on the top of Canwick Hill, in Lincoln.


Cultural Quarter
Lincoln Art Works

An independent art gallery centrally situated in Lincoln's Cultural Quarter, just off the High Street, with views of Lincoln Cathedral.


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William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror began building Lincoln Castle in 1068 on a site occupied since Roman times.



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