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Jew's House
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Lincoln Castle
Castles, Historic Sites
Lincoln Cathedral
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
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#1 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
If you can climb the towers for a tour on a clear day then the view is really spectacular.The guides to the cathedral are friendly and welcoming, you can see the Magna Carta, also the famous Lincoln Imp statue.
The Cathedral exceeded all expectations when I visited it, it is huge and incredibly beautiful, I would reccommend visiting the Cathedral to everyone who would like a nice day out to visit beautiful sights, it is...
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#2 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
... Cooke (thanks again Joe) he works Mon to Wed and made the tour very interesting his has some great stories and is very knowledgeable about Lincon`s past you can view some great artifacts collected over the years.
There are plenty of historical sites in Lincoln and much to see but what differentiated this visit to the Guildhall from others was the guide - Richard Storey.
#3 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
a very nice relaxing place to visit a lovely morning or afternoon out the children love it for all ages a lovely café is on site and gift shop plenty of walking areas to view the horses and lovely scenic views a g...
Lovely location and everyone is so kind and welcoming lots of stuff on site to keep kids busy and can take a picnic with lots of benches available on site too.
#4 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
ring to book tour ,fire museum on site also ,do both great guides very interesting and home to the red arrows ,you can get right up to one for a photo too .If you like aviation history or just interested in dambus...
It was both educational and humbling to be allowed the privilege of visiting and learning about this historic site, while also being very aware of the brave souls that have graced this base.
#5 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
Brilliant restaurants great pubs browns pie shop is a must good local shops and at the top excellent views of cathedral and castle
A very steep climb upwards lots of great shops/cafe's great historical area magical in fact and a great view of the Cathedral
#6 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
We spent a morning exploring Lincoln Castle , walking round the medieval walks with fab views , visiting the gaol and amazing chapel , the wonderful original Magna Carta & charter of the forests .
Lincoln itself is a beautiful city but visiting the castle was amazing to.my children and I loved the view and walk around the castle and also all the shops around it.view is amazing and great place for all the fa...
#7 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
... but to see it yellow/gold and bright was brilliant especially as the sun shone though all the windows and made it shine beautifully, the whole house was wonderful and the views from the windows were incredible.
... was very knowledgeable and made the visit The hall also has a café which serves excellent food and a farm shop altogether a very enjoyable visit would check when they are open on their web site before travelling
#8 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
Manual and electric karts, magician on site, mini play area for under 4s, big indoor play area, and then the main field has trampolines, huge bouncy "castles", archery, duck pond with a food dispenser for them (20...
It has to be one of the best farms of this type in the area in my view for selection of animals and variety of activities.
#9 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
There are some great views across the city, lovely garden and vin-yard and you can have a lot of fun wandering around the remains of what must have been a magnificent palace.
The site has an interesting history as the home to the bishops of Lincoln from the early Middle Ages and received royal visitors including Henry VIII and Catherine Howard.
#10 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
Living close by its great to be able to see the world from another view, pleasant free from everyday activities, water rides and easy dining and cafes for all, even the moored boat has wonderful fish dishes to tes...
The hop on hop off bus stops by The Holiday Inn to take you up to the Castle and Cathedral area with live interesting comentry you can also get to see the other sights of Lincoln
#11 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
Cycle racks are available for customers & if there are bikes sometimes near the outside tables on the platform this is surely because some of them are extremely expensive & owners like to keep them in view.! Child...
It is worth checking their web site for openning hours as they open longer in the summer months.
#12 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
This restored mill is the last one left on the edge of the scarp.The stairs are difficult for the very old very young and infirm, but for others, well worth the effort for the magnificent view and to see exactly h...
free entry donation box on site ,very good guides and near to all lincolns visitor attractions so can use all the day
#13 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
We were met at the park and ride site by two double decker buses and given a free ride down to the museum and as we got nearer we couldn't believe how many buses were out on the roads, it was a brilliant sight, th...
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#17 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
Returning to Boston after many years a climb up The Stump tower was rewarded with an astounding panoramic view of the town and surrounding fens.
make sure you take time to go up the tower- a long walk up but the sights are fantastic.
#18 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
The garden centre is well stocked and getting ready for Christmas when we went, looked amazing, peaceful lake views and plenty for children to do.
Plenty of exotic fowl and other animals to see and there is a cafeteria with a view across the lake.
#20 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
... with a great mix of architecture from many different eras and this trail is not only free but a great way to get to understand how to look a little deeper at the view that presents itself to a modern set of eyes
#21 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln
St Helen's Church Brant Broughton
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st.thomas' Church Heighington
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Leadenham House Leadenham
#28 of 28 Sights & Landmarks in Lincoln