Lincoln's Cultural Quarter
A vibrant hub at the heart of the city

Theatres, museums, art, music, cuisine, bars, and cafes

Lincoln's Cultural Quarter, in the heart of the city centre, is a vibrant hub of the city during the daytime and at especially night.

Spanning the east of the city centre and the south entrance to Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter, here you'll find theatre, museums, art, music, cuisine, bars and cafes. Whether spending the afternoon in a vibrant cafe, taking in the culture of the theatre or discovering the history of the area, the Cultural Quarter has plenty to keep you interested.

The Collection and Usher Gallery form the hub of the Cultural Quarter, providing regular exhibitions and activities for the whole family through the year.  There are also events and shows through the year at Lincoln Drill Hall and Theatre Royal including the famous pantomime at Christmas.

The Upper High Street and The Strait form the lead up to the Cathedral Quarter from the city centre. These are home to a vibrant and eclectic range of fashion outlets, charity stores, bars and nightclubs.  Look for for an American smokehousean international bar and a delicious patisserie.

Things To Do
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Cathedral Quarter, Cultural Quarter, Lincoln Suburbs, 3-10 miles from Lincoln

Aviation Trail

Aviation Trail

Lincoln has a rich aviation heritage stretching from the UK's early aviation history through to the present day. Explore this hidden side of Lincoln with the Aviation Trail.

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Cathedral Quarter, Cultural Quarter

Jewish Heritage Trail

Jewish Heritage Trail

Discover Lincoln's exceptional Jewish heritage on a trail through the city taking in its many surviving Medieval Jewish houses.

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Cultural Quarter

Lincoln Arboretum

Lincoln Arboretum

The Arboretum is a park of Grade II historical importance, containing beautiful gardens, lakes, fountains and a children's play area.

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What's On
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Exhibition: James E Smith

December 3, 2016 to May 1, 2017
10:00am to 4:00pm
The Usher Gallery
Exhibition: James E Smith

FREE

A collection of new works at the Usher Gallery by photographer James E Smith produced while in Australia, displayed alongside images from the Lincolnshire Mental Health Archive.

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Cultural Quarter

Slidin’ About Trombone Quartet

April 4, 2017
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Lincoln Drill Hall
Slidin’ About Trombone Quartet

A family friendly Lincolnshire International Chamber Music Festival lunchtime concert, from trombone quartet Slidin' About.

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Cultural Quarter

Live Adventure Game: The Mystery of the Star-Eaters

April 8, 2017
10:00am to 4:00pm
Lincoln City Square
Live Adventure Game: The Mystery of the Star-Eaters

Turn into a detective for the day and take part in a live adventure game throughout Lincoln city centre.

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Places To Eat Or Drink
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Cultural Quarter

Lady Rose’s Edwardian Tea Room

Lady Rose’s Edwardian Tea Room

Downton Abbey inspired tea room, serving tea, coffee, cakes, and light meals as close to the same way as the great houses of Edwardian England as possible.

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Cultural Quarter

Stokes Collection Café

Stokes Collection Café

Stokes Collection Café is a stylish modern cafe, situated within the museum in Lincoln's Cultural Quarter.

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Cultural Quarter

Angel Coffee House

Angel Coffee House

Fine quality coffee served to you in the lovely cosy Angels Coffee House.

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Places To Stay
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Cultural Quarter

Museum Court

Museum Court

Luxury executive self-catering apartment perfectly positioned in Lincoln's Cultural Quarter, a minute's walk from Steep Hill.

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Premier Inn

Premier Inn

A large, city centre hotel in the Cultural Quarter; ideal for family or city breaks in historic Lincoln.

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Blog

September 8, 2016

Teri Anne Scoble: The BP Portrait Award

Teri Anne Scoble: The BP Portrait Award

Teri Anne Scoble is exhibiting in the 2016 BP Portrait Award exhibition which is on display at The Usher Gallery, straight from London, from September 12th to November 13th. Teri tells us about her Lincolnshire connections and what it means to be part of such a prestigious portrait exhibition.

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