Lincoln is an ideal destination for a city break - it is rich in history and offers independent boutique shopping, great arts and culture, and a wealth of places to eat and drink.
Many attractions and things to do, places to stay, and restaurants, pubs and tea rooms in Lincoln offer accessible visits. Accessibility services are also available to help you travel to and around the city.
We are working hard to make Lincoln accessible for all as it is important to us that as many people can enjoy the city as possible. Please let us know if anything could be improved.
See below for information on getting to and around Lincoln and for some inspiration on accessible places to stay, things to do, and places to eat and drink.
Many tourism venues provide information on the accessibility of their facilities in the form of an Access Statement, to help you 'know before you go'. When you are planning your visit, ask to see their Access Statement.
Plan your journey to Lincoln: find out about the accessibility of Lincoln Train Station, Lincoln's car parks, bus services, and taxi companies.
All you need to know as you explore Lincoln: wheelchair hire; circular bus routes; accessible toilets; taxi companies.