"Take a fascinating 60 minute walking tour of Lincoln and then indulge in a cream tea!"
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Lincoln has some great guided walking tours to choose from. They are an enjoyable way to learn more about this lovely city and get the most out of your visit.
|Time:||March & June: Weekends only, from 11am onwards.July & August: Daily, from 11am onwards.September & October: Weekends only, from 11am onwards.|
|Duration:||Tours last approximately 90 minutes.|
|Location:||Tours start from outside the Tourist Information Centre in Castle Square.|
|Price:||£4 per adult. Children under 12 go free.|
This excellent walking tour tells the story of Lincoln from Roman times to the present day. It gives a fascinating insight into the history of this beautiful city and lets you explore quaint streets brimming with character.
The qualified Green Badge Guides have a wealth of interesting information to impart and are all very friendly and approachable.
If you want to learn more about this lovely city, then the Cathedral Quarter Walking Tour is a must!
|Time:||Wednesday – Saturday at 7pm. You are advised to turn up at least 10 minutes before departure.|
|Location:||The ghostwalk starts from outside the Tourist Information Centre in Castle Square.|
|Price:||Adults – £4. Children under 12 – £2.|
Be prepared to be scared by ghoulish tales of supernatural happenings.
Needless to say, this spooky walk is great fun!
For more information, please click here.
Time: May – September: Every Tuesday afternoon.
Take a fascinating 60 minute walking tour of Lincoln with an excellent Green Badge Guide and then indulge in a cream tea at one of Lincoln’s most historic tearooms!
There are 2 different tours available: The Hidden Gems of Downhill Lincoln, with refreshments at Stokes Cafe on High Bridge, and the Roman Uphill Lincoln Tour, stopping at Bells Tea and Coffee House on the award-winning Steep Hill.
For more information about these very popular walking tours, please click here.
Guided walking tours of Lincoln are available for a minimum of 17 people and are held throughout the year.
For more information about Group Tours, please click here.
Would you rather have a tour of Lincoln on a sightseeing bus? Take a look here.