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Bailgate Shopping

Bailgate is one of the most historic parts of Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter, where independent boutiques, shops and places to eat line cobbled streets.

Wander the quirky streets and discover a world of specialist shops including boutiques, crafts, book and gift shops, not to mention tea rooms and restaurants that line the cobbled streets.

These quaint shops are surrounded by the remains of medieval Lincoln, black timber-framed buildings and even some hidden Romans remains. Whether you are looking for a taste of Lincolnshire’s finest produce from plum bread, sausages or Lincoln blue cheese to a one-off item of jewellery or a wonderful piece of antique furniture you are almost certain to find it in the Bailgate.

See a detailed list of the shops in the Bailgate area on the Shop Lincoln website.

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