You will find a unique shopping experience in Lincoln's High Street area with a great mixture of large high street retailers, local markets and independent shops and boutiques. There are plenty of opportunities to grab a quick drink or bite to eat whilst shopping and with just a short walk to all the city's main attractions, it's the perfect place to spend a day in Lincoln.
All your favourite high street stores can be found in Lincoln’s bustling and vibrant High Street Quarter. The area boasts two superb shopping centres - St Marks and The Waterside - indoor markets, and a variety of places to eat and drink. However, Lincoln still has its local feet. With over 200 locally owned shops and boutiques you will find a unique city centre shopping experience.
Treat yourself to a morning coffee or an afternoon tea in one of the coffee shops and tea rooms. Whether you want a familiar name or something unique and different, there's a tea room or coffee shop for you on Lincoln's High Street. Why not grab some lunch or an evening meal here too with international cuisine represented: from Italian to Chinese to British.
There's almost always something happening along Lincoln's High Street, Lincoln Cornhill or the City Square, whether it be a Farmers' Market, a street busker, a guided tour or something more energetic and lively, you'll be kept entertained whilst you shop.
Go shopping or discover the High Street's history.
Take an afternoon tea, a meal out or a night on the town.
Markets, music, parades and much more on Lincoln High Street.
Community groups, businesses and local BBC worked together to produce an eight minute 'lip dub' film showing off Lincoln. » Find out more
Newport Arch, the old Roman north gate to the city, is the oldest arch in the country still used by traffic.