Lincoln is closer than you think. Easily accessible by all types of transport - there are no shortage of ways to get to this beautiful historic city.
Once you have arrived in the city, travelling around is easy. The city is small and compact enough to explore on foot however you can hop aboard the Walk and Ride bus to get around even easier.
If travelling by road, you can check for live traffic disruptions on the BBC's website, and current and planned road improvement works that may affect your journey on the Lincolnshire Roadworks website.
Please be aware that a major redevelopment scheme is currently underway to provide a state-of-the-art bus station and 1,000-space multi-storey car park in the city centre.
Also in development are improvements to Lincoln Central railway station and the creation of a pedestrianised plaza in St Mary’s Street, connecting the bus and rail stations.
Construction could be complete by February 2018. You can find out more on the City of Lincoln Council website, including road closures and diversions.
Lincoln has great transport links and car parks for drivers.
Frequent buses to and around Lincoln, including the Walk & Ride bus.
Lincoln Central railway station is just a short walk from High Street.
Circular buse routes, local taxis and hirebikes in Lincoln.
Accessible travel, things to do, and places to stay.
All you need to know about bringing your group to Lincoln.
More services and quicker journeys on the Castle Line from Nottingham to Lincoln make it even easier to visit Lincoln by train. » Find out more
The Lincoln imp is infamous in local folklore but can be found today in Lincoln Cathedral.