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Cathedral Quarter
1217 Battle of Lincoln Trail

A self-guided trail taking you through a pivotal moment in history following the locations of the Battle of Lincoln through the city.


Cathedral Quarter, Cultural Quarter, Lincoln Suburbs, 3-10 miles from Lincoln
Aviation Trail

Lincoln has a rich aviation heritage stretching from the UK's early aviation history through to the present day. Explore this hidden side of Lincoln with the Aviation Trail.


Cathedral Quarter
Bishop Grosseteste University Sports and Fitness Centre

A sports and leisure centre at Bishops Grosseteste University, open to all. With a fitness suite, sports hall suitable for a range of team games and activities and a performing arts studio offering dance and group exercise classes.


Cathedral Quarter
Ellis Mill

The last of nine windmills that once stood on the Lincoln hill top and the last working mill in Lincoln, built in 1798. CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE.


Cathedral Quarter
Hidden Lincoln Tours

Bespoke, high quality, guided tours theming Lincoln’s surprising past around you.


Cathedral Quarter
Historic Lincoln Photo Walks

Take an informal yet informative walk around historic Lincoln with fun photo tuition and plenty of chances to take your own photos in the beautiful Cathedral Quarter of Lincoln.


Cathedral Quarter, Cultural Quarter
Jewish Heritage Trail

Discover Lincoln's exceptional Jewish heritage on a trail through the city taking in its many surviving Medieval Jewish houses.


Cathedral Quarter
Le Sanctuaire Clarins Spa Retreat

A quaint spa retreat set within a 14th Century building located on Steep Hill in Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter.


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.


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