There are endless things to do in Lincoln, Lincolnshire - we're full of attractions, tours, day trips, museums, landmarks, sights, points of interest, history & heritage, nature and parks.
After you've checked out the world famous Lincoln Cathedral and walked the walls of the historic Lincoln Castle, there is a smorgasbord of things to see and do in Lincoln. We're flush with history, oozing RAF and aviation sites, and our Lincon City Football Club is shooting up the leagues so why not catch a game at Sincil Bank?
Be inspired by some of our handpicked things to see and do in Lincoln. Our full list of tourist attractions, points of interest, tours and tour guides, tourist information, museums and landmarks is shown below. Use the filters to narrow your search to find the perfect things to do when you visit 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 IBCC opened to the public for the first time on the 30th January. The site includes the UK's tallest War Memorial, The Spire, which stands out on Lincoln's skyline at 31.09m tall, the same height as the wingspan of a Lancaster Bomber.
The Spire is surrounded by curved walls which carry the names of 57,871 men and women who gave their lives whilst in the service of Bomber Command during WW2. The Spire is set in 10 acres of landscaped peace gardens, one which represents Lincolnshire's contribution to the war and one that recognizes the involvement of 62 nations in Bomber Command.
The Chadwick Centre provides all our visitor facilities and hosts three exhibition galleries covering our core themes of Recognition, Remembrance and Reconciliation. There is also an education suite and facilities for corporate hospitality.
Children's trails and craft sessions available. The site is free to visit but tickets are needed to gain access to the Exhibition.
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