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Cultural Quarter, City of Lincoln
St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice

This is the home of the popular Harry Potter shop where a magical emporium of witchcraft and wizarding goods can be found alongside vintage and retro items.


High Street, City of Lincoln
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.


Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln
Steep Hill

A steep, cobbled street, lined with independent shops, tea rooms and restaurants that leads to and from Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle and the Cathedral Quarter.


Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln
Steep Hill & The Strait Shopping

Find specialty, vintage and retro stores on Steep Hill, voted 'Britain's Best Street'. The Strait, at the bottom end of Steep Hill has a range of fashion and designer stores.


Cultural Quarter, City of Lincoln
The Crafty Bottle

Specialist craft ale shop on The Strait, with home brew and cider section, selling local produce from the Lincolnshire Brewing Company and other beers from around the world.


11-20 miles from Lincoln, Villages & Countryside
Uncle Henry’s

A farm to fork experience on a family farm with a passion for local, great tasting produce - visit the butchery and farm shop, cafe, play area, and walled kitchen garden.


High Street, City of Lincoln
Waterside Shopping Centre

In the centre of the High Street, spread across two levels, the Waterside Shopping Centre has all your favourite shops under one roof and a play area for toddlers.


High Street, City of Lincoln
Chattertons

Providing locally sourced meat, bread and other produce along with cooked and baked goods to take away on Sincil Street.


Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln
Cheers

Located next to the Wig & Mitre on Steep Hill, offering an excellent variety of wine, champagne, and draught beer.


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