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City of Lincoln, High Street
High Street


High Street

Lincoln High Street is a centre of history, culture and shopping - something for everyone visiting the city centre.

Lincoln High Street runs from south of the city centre to the bottom of The Strait and is lined with independent and global shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, historic buildings and much more.

It runs closely parallel to the Roman Fosse Way which linked Lindum Colonia to Exeter in South West England - the buildings on the east side of High Street use the Roman road as their foundation.

As the main street in the city over the centuries, it is full of history including the country's oldest bridge to still have buildings in use on it.

Highlights include (from south to north):

To see what shops can be found on Lincoln High Street, visit the Shop Lincoln website.

Events

Lincoln Street Food Festival

September 19, 2019 to October 22, 2019
9:00am to 7:00pm
Lincoln Street Food Festival

FREE

Street food from around the world will be on offer on Lincoln High Street into the evening, with seating, a bar, and live music on Lincoln Cornhill.

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Christmas Lights Switch On

November 22, 2019
4:45pm to 7:30pm
Christmas Lights Switch On 2019

FREE

Start the countdown to Christmas at the annual fun-packed Christmas Lights Switch On at St Marks Shopping Centre, Lincoln High Street, and Waterside Shopping Centre.

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Lincoln Makers' Market

November 23, 2019
10:00am to 5:00pm
Lincoln Makers’ Market

FREE

Located on the bustling High Street (opposite Cornhill and Thor's Tipi Bar), the Lincoln Makers' Market offers visitors the chance to view and buy a variety of beautiful, hand-crafted, and unique pieces of artwork and crafts.

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