Gere Menswear in Lincoln is home to a fantastic selection of designer menswear including Pepe Jeans, Minimum, Fred Perry, Antony Morato, French Connection, Peter Werth, Timberland, K-Swiss, Matinique, LTB, Farah Vintage, Duck and Cover, Base London, Mish Mash Jeans and Voi to name but a few...
Gere Ltd. was established in 1992. They have grown from a small, niche outfitter to become a high-street favourite with a loyal customer base in the city of Lincoln. Gere endeavors to keep you looking fresh in the office or out on the town.
The team are friendly and helpful without being pushy. You're in good hands in Gere.
It's always good to know you're not staying far from tasty food and refreshing drinks! Here are a few suggestion based on the proximity.
Churchill's is a well established restaurant and brasserie in Lincoln, serving all your favourite traditional luncheons and meals. Churchill's Lincoln opened in April 2013 following on from the successful sister restaurant in Boston.
Churchill's prides itself in providing good quality locally sourced cuisine at reasonable prices.
The Cardinals Hat is lucky to be housed in such a historic and fantastic local landmark with a rich history that has to be seen to be believed. Situated at the base of The Strait, The Cardinals Hat serves as a place to drop ones hat and wet ones whistle.
They have a wide selection of drinks as well and a hot & cold food menu. It's a great place to be.
Antiques & Apothecary, Fine Wines & Remedies for your soul. Incredible Cocktails, 150 Gins to drink with us or take home, and craft beer on tap. Widely considered the best bar in Lincoln!
Looking for landmarks, attractions and places to go nearby - here's a few ideas to warm you up.
Lincoln Cathedral is truly majestic and brings tens of thousands of visitors to the city each year. It is one of Englands most notable Cathedrals with a rich history and many stories to tell.
Sitting proudly on the hill, seen from many directions, Lincoln Cathedral was once the world's tallest building (for ~238 years) until it's central spires came down in 1548. Today it is still an awe inspiring 83 metres (272 feet) in height.
The Lincoln Cathedral held one of the four Magna Carta copies for hundreds of years, one of which can still be seen at it's neighbouring Castle. Joint Castle and Cathedral passes can be purchased at serveral locations.
The Cathedrals magnificence can be seen in modern day films, including The Da Vinci Code, Young Victoria and Netflix film, The King.
Children will love exploring the various parts of the Cathedral, including finding the famous stone Imp, infamous in Lincoln with an interesting story behind how it came to be.
Everyone is welcome at Lincoln Cathedral, it's one place you simply cannot miss out when in Lincoln.
Three great attractions. One great day out. Medieval Wall Walk. Victorian Prison. Magna Carta. Enjoy spectacular views across Lincolnshire from our completed Medieval Wall Walk. Visit the David P.J. Ross Magna Carta Vault and see one of only four remaining original Magna Carta along side the Charter of the Forest. Immerse yourself in the lives of prisoners and their daily routines in the Victorian Prison and see the unique separate system chapel. 1000 years of history - where it happened. Winter Opening Hours: 10:00 - 16:00 Summer Opening Hours: 10:00 - 17:00
The Lincoln Collection museum and gallery will host a special collection to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the births of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The Collection Museum and the Usher Gallery will be home to treasures from London’s Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum as well as the National Portrait Gallery from October 5 to January 5 (2020).
You'll be able to see the first-ever Christmas card, paintings by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, Queen Victoria's favourite artist and chief portraitist of the Royal family, and, the unique 12th-century Gloucester Candlestick.