Greenfield Farm B&B is 15 miles from Lincoln Cathedral, the heart of this historic city.
The Cathedral Quarter, is full of medieval architecture featuring the Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle, the Bishops Old Palace and the remains of fortifications including the Eastgate, Newport Arch and Exchequer Gate.
LN2 1PZ – 15 miles
One of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings, it dominates the city skyline. The Cathedral offers roof, floor and tower tours.
The Cathedral owns one of the four surviving copies of the Magna Carta which now resides in the newly refurbished Lincoln Castle.
LN1 3AA – 15 miles
Built by William the Conqueror in 1068 on the foundations of a Roman Settlement. After a £22 million redevelopment Lincoln Castle re-opened in 2015.
The Castle now offers the brand new Vault to house the 1215 Magna Carta and this year features the original 1086 Domesday Book on public display for the first time outside London.
The Castle also offers a 360 degree Medieval Wall Walk, the Victorian Prison and Chapel and the Heritage Skills Centre.
New for 2017
Domesday Book displayed in the Magna Carta Vault 27th May to 3rd September 2017
This is a rare and unmissable opportunity to see Domesday on display, in a castle built by the same king that ordered the document.
The vault houses an original copy of the 1215 Magna Carta, the Charter of the Forest and there is an underground cinema and a wall of words taken from the document.
Lincoln Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus
The official Tour of Lincoln, in an open top bus with commentary. 12 stops including Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle.
Bishops Old Palace
LN2 1PU – 15 miles
Standing under the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral, the remains of the 12th Century palace. Featuring the vineyard re-established in 2012 and the Heritage Garden a haven of peace and tranquility.
Museum of Lincolnshire Life
LN1 3LY – 15 miles
Free entry to learn about Lincolnshire in peace and war. Housed in Victorian Barracks.
The Collection and The Usher Gallery
LN2 1LP – 15 miles
Bringing together an award winning archaeology museum and the regions’s premier art gallery.
New for 2017 Battles and Dynasties
New 2017 Lincoln Park and Ride
LN2 4DS – 14 miles
The Park & Ride will run 6 days a week from Monday to Saturday inclusive, with the first bus leaving Waitrose at 7am and the last return bus leaving the City Centre at 6.20pm.
Parking at Waitrose will be free and the Adult daily return fare will be £2.50. The charge is payable on the bus. Concessionary bus pass holders will be free after 9.30 am on weekdays.