Things To Do In Lincolnshire
Standing proud at the heart of this city for almost a millennium, Lincoln Castle is a must-see if you find yourself in this charming corner of England. Today the castle, its walls, vaults and grounds are a highly-rated visitor attraction, with thousands passing through its narrow gates each year to enjoy an authentic medieval adventure.
Castle Hill, Lincoln LN1 3AA
About 40 minutes from park
Lincoln Castle is located at the heart of the city, in the historic Cathedral Quarter. If you’re travelling in by car, the city should be clearly signposted and is a 45 minute drive from Junction 31 of the M1, or 25 minutes off the A1 at Newark-on-Trent. There’s no official Lincoln Castle Parking, however there are several options in the surrounding area. Possible Lincoln Castle car parks include Westgate 1 East, The Lawn Car Park and Motherby Lane Car Park; all are within a few minutes’ walk. As a small city, Lincoln is reasonably well connected by bus and rail. The main train station is Lincoln Central Station and services call through here from places like Doncaster, Grimsby, Leicester, London, Peterborough and Sheffield. The bus station is directly opposite the railway station, with a variety of local and national routes stopping here, including the 5 InterConnect from Boston and the 56 InterConnect from Skegness. Both stations are just an 18-minute walk from the castle.