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Museums, Galleries, and Libraries

3-10 miles from Lincoln
Elysium Gallery

A unique art gallery, with modern and classical works, found in an old chapel in Branston, near historic Lincoln.


Lincoln Suburbs
International Bomber Command Centre

A memorial spire and walls that mark the sacrifice of 26,296 World War II aircrew that lost their lives whilst serving with 1 and 5 Groups, based in Lincolnshire - on the top of Canwick Hill, in Lincoln.


Cathedral Quarter
Magna Carta and the Charter of the Forest

CHARTER OF THE FOREST CURRENTLY OFF DISPLAY. Lincoln is home to one of only four surviving copies of Magna Carta, dating back to the 13th century. Visit the document, alongside the complementary Charter of the Forest, in Lincoln Castle and discover a piece of human history.


Cathedral Quarter
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".


Cathedral Quarter
Museum Of Lincolnshire Life

Enjoy free entry to the largest and most diverse community museum in Lincolnshire celebrating the counties' rich and varied history.


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.


Brayford Waterfront
Project Space Plus

The University of Lincoln’s gallery space for exhibition, creative enquiry, experimentation, and contemporary thinking.


Lincoln Suburbs
St Katherine’s Heritage and Cultural Centre

The heritage and cultural centre at St Katherine's offers visitors interactive displays exploring the rich history and heritage of the site, inspirational exhibitions and a programme of festivals and events.


Cultural Quarter
The Collection

The Collection is an award winning archaeology museum located next to the Usher Gallery, in the heart of historic Lincoln.


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