About Lincoln

Lincoln is a city in the East Midlands, known for its medieval cathedral, Lincoln Castle and a copy of the Magna Carta. The museum holds social history exhibits in Victorian barracks, while Lincolnshire Life Museum displays historical artefacts relating to farming life.

Eating And Drinking In Lincoln

Eating And Drinking In Lincoln

Dough LoCo is an independent pizza restaurant located just a stone’s throw away from Lincoln Castle and the cathedral. Serving freshly made Neapolitan-style pizza with their very own own dough and delicious sauce.

Huckleberrys Bar Grill is situated in the heart of Lincoln City Centre and offers authentic smokehouse classics like BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich and Smoked Texas Beef Brisket served either with a house pickle or slaw.

Located in the historic city of Lincoln, Castle View is an authentic Indian restaurant serving traditional Indian cuisine. Castle View offers a wide range of dishes, including tandoori meats, vegetarian curries, and side dishes. The atmosphere is relaxed and comfortable and the service is friendly, attentive, and quick.

Shopping In Lincoln

Shopping In Lincoln

Waterside Shopping Centre is a bright and modern shopping centre designed for your convenience. They offer a vast range of fashion stores, beauty, and health services as well as restaurants, cafes, and fast-food outlets.

St Mark's is a modern and stylish shopping centre in the heart of Lincoln, featuring a variety of fashion stores, cafes, and restaurants. In addition to the 600+ parking spaces, this centre has an indoor-outdoor shopping experience with ample space for you to shop with ease!

The Cornhill Quarter is a thriving shopping destination in Lincoln. The area is home to a diverse selection of cafés, bars and restaurants and unique independent shops as well as popular high street brands. With everything from a cinema to a variety of community events, it’s the perfect spot for a weekend day out with family or friends.

Things To Do In Lincoln

Things To Do In Lincoln

Lincoln Minster, or the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln and sometimes St Mary's Cathedral, in Lincoln, England, is a Grade I listed cathedral and is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Lincoln. Although it is also known as "The Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul"

Lincoln Castle is a major medieval castle constructed in Lincoln, England, during the late 11th century by William the Conqueror on the site of a pre-existing Roman fortress.

The International Bomber Command Centre is a memorial, education and research centre telling the story of Bomber Command with a focus on the British people who took part in it. It opened at the end of January 2018 as a permanent addition to Lincoln’s cultural landscape and visitor experience.

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