Things to see and do in Lincoln
The City of Lincoln is a great destination for a City Break in England. The historic city combines its rich history with boutique shops and a wide variety of places to eat and drink. The main shopping and tourist area stretches from St Marks Shopping centre in the south up to the Cathedral Quarter with it's cobbles streets and historic atmosphere.
The Brayford Waterfront in Lincoln is one of England's oldest inland Harbours and offers a great place for eating, drinking and entertainment.
Attractions to visit while staying in Lincoln:
One of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings, commissioned by William the Conqueror. Lincoln Cathedral owns one of only four surviving copies of Magna Carta, signed in 1215 and brought back to Lincoln by the Bishop of Lincoln, which is now on loan to, and resides in, Lincoln Castle.
Lincoln Castle has dominated the Lincoln skyline for almost one thousand years. This is a place where kings and convicts have walked, a symbol of power and punishment through the ages and home to an original 1215 Magna Carta.
Is exactly as the name states: A steep hill on a cobbled street and is a popular tourist spot in Lincoln. Lined with independent shops, tea rooms, restaurants and leads to and from Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle and the Cathedral Quarter.
Lincoln Drill Hall
Since launching in 2004, Lincoln Drill Hall has become a thriving cultural hub for both the city and county, delivering an extensive programme of activity.
Lincoln has a rich aviation heritage stretching from the UK's early aviation history through to the present day. Explore this hidden side of Lincoln with the Aviation Trail.
The Arboretum is a park of Grade II historical importance, containing beautiful gardens, lakes, fountains and a children's play area.
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