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City of Lincoln, High Street
Guildhall and Stonebow

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.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Roman Trail

Between AD50-60 a legionary fortress was built by the Romans in Lincoln and the city became known as Lindum Colonia. Follow the Roman Trail to see remains of this ancient city today.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Newport Arch

One of the surviving jewels of Roman Britain, Newport Arch is the oldest arch in the UK still actively used by traffic.


City of Lincoln, Cathedral Quarter
Roman East Gate

The north tower of the Roman East Gate and adjacent city wall of the upper Roman city can be seen in the forecourt of the Lincoln Hotel.


City of Lincoln, Brayford Waterfront
Roman Lower West Gate

The West Gate of the Lower Roman City, dating back to the 4th century, to defend the settlement in the Upper City.


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, Lincoln Suburbs
St. Mary’s Guildhall

This unique building was a major residence in Lincoln, possibly the property of Henry II constructed for the crown-wearing ceremonies of Christmas 1157.


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