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.
The heritage and cultural centre at St Katherine's offers visitors interactive displays exploring the rich history and heritage of the site, inspirational exhibitions and a programme of festivals and events.
An intimate, 200 seat arts theatre in the Lincoln suburb of North Hykeham with a vibrant year-long programme of performing arts.
Yarborough Leisure Centre offers extensive leisure facilities and activities for everyone - group exercise facilities, courts and pitches for hire, a gym, a swimming pool and more.
Take a walk around Boultham Park's lake, play in the children's playground or enjoy the annual fair just south of Lincoln city centre.
The Fossdyke Canal Trail runs alongside the Fossdyke Navigation, a Roman built canal which joins the tidal River Trent to Lincoln's High Bridge.
Home of Lincoln City Football Club, the Red Imps. Enjoy seeing Lincoln City play at Sincil Bank on Saturday afternoons and Tuesday evenings through the season.
Including a playground and regular fairs and circuses, Lincoln's South Common is a popular grassy park in the south of Lincoln.
A memorial to the Lincoln engineers that worked together to invent the tank in Lincoln in 1915.
England's oldest surviving tank is on display in the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.