Lincoln CathedralThe crown of this heritage city
One of Europe's finest Gothic Cathedrals, set high on the hill, with a wealth of history to discover
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Visit Queen Eleanor of Castille’s Tomb
Eleanor, wife of Edward I, died near Lincoln and some of her organs are buried in Lincoln Cathedral.
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Adopt a Cathedral Stone
Want to make your mark on history? Then adopt one of Lincoln Cathedral's stones from £25.
Take in a Unique View of Lincoln Cathedral
One of the best views of Lincoln Cathedral can be found from the east wall of Lincoln Castle - a view enjoyed for almost 1000 years.
Find the Gargoyles of Lincoln Cathedral
Lincoln Cathedral is covered, inside and out, or funny and creative carvings. See how many you can find!
Revel in the Sights and Sounds of a BGU Graduation
Soak up the amazing atmosphere in Minster Yard as Bishop Grosseteste University's students graduate and process from Lincoln Cathedral each July.
Spot the Spires and Steeples
Explore some of England's finest countryside and follow the 26 mile way-marked Spires & Steeples route from Lincoln to Sleaford
Remember George Boole
See the window dedicated to the memory of George Boole, grandfather of digitality.
Recite Tennyson’s Poetry
The Alfred Lord Tennyson statue at Lincoln Cathedral includes the words of his poem Flower in the Crannied Wall.
Look through the Bishop’s Eye
The Bishop's Eye is a kaleidoscope of stained glass found in the window in the South Transept of Lincoln Cathedral.
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