Lincoln city centre is compact enough to walk around yet has so much to explore. Whether you want to go shopping, relax with a cup of tea or dine in style, you can do it in Lincoln.
With unique attractions such as Lincoln Cathedral and Steep Hill, culture at Lincoln Drill Hall and The Collection and stunning, waterside restaurants and bars, you will want to stay for longer to discover all of Lincoln for yourself.
And the delights of Lincoln don't stop at the city - it doesn't take long to reach the Heart of Lincolnshire or even the Lincolnshire coastline.
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The vibrant waterfront with boat trips and places to eat, drink & stay.
Bringing history to life, with the Cathedral, the Castle and more.
Culture in entertainment venues, museums, galleries and shopping.
High street stores, independent boutiques and cafes for a quick drink.
North Kesteven lies south of the city full of heritage and beauty.
West Lindsey stretches north of the city - villages and market towns.
Venture out of the city centre into the Lincolnshire countryside.
The library at Lincoln Cathedral contains the first ever Robin Hood reference in a rhyme.