Throughout the year there is an exciting programme of events and festivals, from the Lincoln Grand Prix to the Lincoln Sausage Festival, and of course Lincoln Christmas Market. But there are many other events too - craft, artist and farmers markets, vibrant festivals, and theatre shows regularly take place across the city.
With over 1000 rooms in Lincoln and the surrounding area, in a mixture of budget hotels to luxurious country halls, there is something to suit every group for their accommodation needs.
For more information and help with planning your visit, contact the Visitor Information Centre on +44 (0)1522 545458 or via email.
Great ideas for days out, places to go and things to see with groups. There's so much to do in Lincoln, you can't fit it into one day!
Find accommodation in Lincoln city and countryside that can cater for your groups. From Cathedral Quarter B&Bs to Country House hotels.
Group Tours and Activities
There are attractions and things to do for all sorts of groups with bespoke packages and coach parking available. See Lincoln's Attractions and Things to Do for Groups.
Welcome to Lincolnshire: Home of Aviation
Spend time exploring unique and historic heritage sites and learn about Lincolnshire's aviation history.
Christmas in Lincoln
Plan your groups festive break in Historic Lincoln. A popular event for groups, the Christmas market is set in the stunning Cathedral Quarter. Day trips are ideal for groups, and longer stays can be arranged. Download a suggested Christmas itinerary.
For more information, contacts and help to create the perfect itinerary for you group, contact the Visit Lincoln team on email@example.com.
Tours in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire
There are three suggested itineraries across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire on the LincsandNottsTours.com website:
North Kesteven Aviation Heritage
Visit Lincolnshire, also known as Bomber County, and explore the former airfields, museums, and memorials of North Kesteven that commemorate and witness to the bravery of the men and women of the RAF over the past 100 years.