A handsome Edwardian building decorated with carvings of cow skulls houses an impressive collection of works by such greats as Turner,...
Beside Lincoln Cathedral are the time-ravaged but still imposing ruins of the 12th-century Bishops' Palace, gutted by parliamentary...
Lincoln Cathedral's Central Tower
Up in the Lincoln Cathedral's central tower, the veteran Victorian bell Great Tom still swings its ponderous 2m, 270kg bulk to sound the...
Lincoln might be a long way from the Pacific, but this Tiki bar and club goes all out to convince revellers otherwise, with tropical...
Set in one of England's oldest houses, the Romanesque Jew's House, constructed in around 1160. This local favourite serves up gourmet...
Lonely Planet review
Archaeology bursts into life with loads of hands-on displays where kids can handle artefacts and dress up in period costume. Check out the crushed skull of a 4000-year-old 'yellowbelly' (the local term for, well, the locals), pulled from a Neolithic burial site near Sleaford.