Lincoln Suburbs

St. Mary’s Guildhall


St. Mary’s Guildhall

This unique building was a major residence in Lincoln, possibly the property of Henry II constructed for the crown-wearing ceremonies of Christmas 1157.

​Since its construction, the building has been used for royal wine storage, as a Guildhall, as a school, an undertakers and a shop but is now used by Lincoln Civic TrustThere are original features throughout and almost 1000 years of history to discover from its royal beginnings to today.

To arrange a tour, please contact Lincoln Civic Trust.

Photo: Rob Rickels

Trails at St. Mary’s Guildhall

Hit the High Street (Waterside)

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