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City of Lincoln, 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.


City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
Lincoln Drill Hall

Lincoln Drill Hall is a thriving and friendly entertainment venue and cafe in the centre of Lincoln. Its packed programme includes theatre, comedy, live music, dance, family events, talks and films, workshops, classes and much more.


City of Lincoln, 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.


Villages & Countryside, 11-20 miles from Lincoln
Pure Land Japanese Garden

Experience the peace and tranquility of this traditional Japanese garden and the world's first crystal garden.


City of Lincoln, High Street
St Marks Shopping Centre

An open air shopping centre with large car park built around a historic train station to the south of the city centre.


City of Lincoln, 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.


City of Lincoln, High Street
Roman Posterngate

Part of Lincoln's Roman South Wall, now hidden under a bank, can be seen during guided tours on selected dates through the year.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter, Lincoln Suburbs, Villages & Countryside, 3-10 miles from Lincoln, 11-20 miles from Lincoln
Spires & Steeples Arts & Heritage Trail

The Spires & Steeples Trail, starting from Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter and ending in Sleaford, brings together the rich history, heritage, and local stories of Lincolnshire.


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