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21-30 miles from Lincoln
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre

Experience Lincolnshire's aviation heritage at close quarters with a guided tour of the RAF's heritage aircraft hangar.


Lincoln Suburbs
International Bomber Command Centre

A memorial spire, walls, peace gardens, and visitor centre that mark the service and sacrifice of World War II aircrew, ground crew and support staff that lost their lives whilst serving with Bomber Command.


Cathedral Quarter
Lincoln Castle

Discover a world of rich history at Lincoln Castle, dating back to 1068 and home to one of only four surviving copies of Magna Carta.


Cathedral Quarter
Lincoln Cathedral

One of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings, once the tallest in the world, with stunning views from the roof and tower and intricate design inside.


Cathedral Quarter
Museum Of Lincolnshire Life

Enjoy free entry to the largest and most diverse community museum in Lincolnshire celebrating the counties' rich and varied history.


Citywide
Open-Top Sightseeing Bus Tour

Take a ride on Tour Lincoln, the open-top sightseeing bus with live commentary, for one of the best ways to experience the city of Lincoln for yourself.


3-10 miles from Lincoln
The Natural World Centre

Discover the world of wildlife in Whisby Nature Park and enjoy children’s adventure play and a delicious cafe at the Natural World Centre.


Cultural Quarter
The Usher Gallery

The Usher Gallery is one of the region's premier art galleries and is located next to The Collection in the heart of historic Lincoln.


Cathedral Quarter
Visitor Information Centre

The Visitor Information Centre provides information and gives advice on everything 'Lincoln': where to visit, what’s on, public transport enquiries and much more. Buy your Lincoln souvenirs here too.


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Tallest Building

Tallest Building

Lincoln Cathedral was the tallest building in the world for 249 years.


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