Experience the rich history of lincoln, combined with great arts, culture and a wealth of places to eat and drink.
Lincoln is a Cathedral City and the county town of Lincolnshire. Part of the East Midlands, Lincolnshire sits on the East coast of England, to the north of Norfolk and the south of Yorkshire
The total population within the Lincoln primary catchment area is 416,000, with the entire urban area of Lincoln having a population of 130,200 as at the 2011 census.
Lincoln has a rich history, from it's Roman beginnings to the hub of engineering and education it is today.
Lincoln is home to one of the UK's fastest growing modern universities with circa 14,000 full time students and 1,600 members of staff.
A natural attraction
Lawress Hall is situated in Riseholme on the northern fringes of Lincoln within an attractive rural landscape, designated 'Green Wedge' within the Local Plan. The area comprises a mix of residential, agricultural and educational uses, with the adjacent Riseholme Campus covering some 220 hectares.
The renowned Lincoln Showground
Lincoln Town Centre
Lincoln is one of the country's most historic cities
The city is a well-established tourist centre and those who come do so to visit the numerous historic buildings including the Cathedral, the Castle and the Medieval Bishop's Palace.
The city is home to one of the original copies of the Magna Carta along with the Charter of the Forest and the recently refurbished Lincoln Castle houses these historical documents. Lincoln is also home to the recently constructed purpose built International Bomber Command Centre.
Nearby RAF Scampton is home to the world famous Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (The Red Arrows) who can regularly be seen practicing in the skies around Lincoln.
Data from Global Tourism Solutions puts the value of tourism at £216.6 million in 2018, an increase of £16m on 2017. The city attracted 4.26 million visitors in 2018, 400,000 more than in 2017.