Some of the most prominent tourist attractions in Lincoln are the castle and cathedral, which are conveniently situated just next to each other at the north end of the town centre. But these are by no means all there is to see in Lincoln. There are art galleries and museums such as The Collection and The Museum of Lincolnshire Life, and you can also take boat trips along the river from Brayford Waterfront.
External LinksLincoln Cathedral
Information about Lincoln Cathedral, including details of the building's architecture and conservation, worship and music, the library, events, and information for visitors.
City of Lincoln Council
The district council for the cathedral city of Lincoln. Includes information about council services and the city.
Lincoln Labour Party
This website features news from the Lincoln branch of the Labour Party. There are details of city and county councillors, events, and there is information about getting involved.
Lincoln City Football Club
A football club that plays at Sincil Bank stadium. Offers match and team information, news and details of tickets.
Lincoln Grand Prix Cycle Race
An annual cycle race that takes place through the centre of Lincoln. There is information about the course, competitors, sponsors, and previous races. There are also details for people who want to take part or volunteer.
Lincoln Gymnastics Club
A gymnastics club that meets in the Lincoln and North Kesteven area. Includes club news, competition results, and details of sessions.
Lincoln Vulcans Swimming Club
A swimming club based in Lincoln. Includes a club history, profiles of swimmers, coaches and club officials, and club results. There is also information for parents and club members.
Lincoln Wellington Athletic Club
An athletics club founded in 1911 and based in Lincoln. News, events, fixtures and past results are featured, as well as information about the club and its history.
Vital Lincoln City
Concerned with Lincoln City Football Club. Includes club news, match results, and a forum.
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