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City of Lincoln, Brayford Waterfront
Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC)

Lincoln Performing Arts Centre is a modern theatre in the city centre, with a great range of shows and a friendly café bar.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Magna Carta and the Charter of the Forest

Two iconic and rare documents, dating to the early 13th century, on display in a subterranean vault inside Lincoln Castle.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Medieval and Wren Libraries

Hidden above the Lincoln Cathedral cloisters are the Medieval Library and Wren Library, a 15th century collection of books in "the most beautiful room in England".


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
Navigation House

A unique, Grade II listed canal company office with interactive exhibits detailing the history of travel and trade by canal.


Villages & Countryside, 3-10 miles from Lincoln
Rand Farm Park

Enjoy a fun-filled family day out to see and pet farm animals and pets along with a wide range of other exciting activities.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Sam Scorer Gallery

Cathedral Quarter art gallery hosting exciting shows of painting and sculpture, many by Lincolnshire based artists.


Villages & Countryside, 3-10 miles from Lincoln
Terry O’Toole Theatre

An intimate, 200 seat arts theatre in the Lincoln suburb of North Hykeham with a vibrant year-long programme of performing arts.


City of Lincoln, Cultural Quarter
The Collection

Award-winning archaeology museum located in the heart of historic Lincoln, with interactive exhibitions, events and talks, and guided tours.


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