A self-guided trail taking you through a pivotal moment in history following the locations of the Battle of Lincoln through the city.
Discover the fascinating story of the historic Royal Air Force College Cranwell and become a pilot on the Jet Provost flight simulator.
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.
An early 16th century town building which forms an archway over the main High Street. Home to City Council meetings and the heritage of Lincoln's local politics.
Covering more than 200 acres, Hartsholme Country Park is a stunning open space to the south of the city. Visitors can enjoy walks and cycle rides through the lakes and ornamental grounds and lots of wildlife watching.
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.
Discover Lincoln's exceptional Jewish heritage on a trail through the city taking in its many surviving Medieval Jewish houses.
The Arboretum is a park of Grade II historical importance, containing beautiful gardens, lakes, fountains and a children's play area.
Enjoy free entry to the largest and most diverse community museum in Lincolnshire celebrating the counties' rich and varied history.
The Romans arrived in Lincoln between AD50-60 and built Lindum Colonia on the hill. Remains can still be seen today.