Set in the East Midlands, Lincoln is well known for the medieval Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle, and The Museum of Licolnshire Life.

Lincoln Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral is not only a place of worship, but also one of beauty, education and stunning architecture. Construction first started in 1088 and continued throughout the medieval period. Even today, the Cathedral is still being worked on with many restoration projects, the most recent being a five year feat to restore the turrets which frame the West Front of the Cathedral. It is also currently the third largest cathedral in Britain with a 484 by 271 feet floor area, and was reputedly the tallest building in the world between 1311 and 1549 until the central spire collapsed and wasn't rebuilt.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill Lincoln is only an 18 minute walk (0.8 miles) away from Lincoln Cathedral.

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Brayford Harbour

Brayford Harbour is the oldest inland harbour in England. The harbour is situated on The Brayford Pool which is a natural lake formed from a widening of the River Witham, which passes through the city. Brayford Pool is connected to the River Trent by Foss Dyke, which was built by the Romans and may be the oldest English canal that is still in use today. Unlike many canals, the Foss Dyke never closed and boats carrying grain continued to use the canal until 1972. Unfortunately there was not enough commercial traffic to prevent Brayford Pool's demise. It soon became a blot on the landscape of the city and has since become the focal point for the regeneration of Lincoln. It is now host to a wide range of bars and restaurants, a cinema, and the University of Lincoln's main campus.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill Lincoln is a 5 minute walk (0.2 miles) away from Brayford Harbour.

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Lincoln Castle

Lincoln Castle was constructed during the late 11th century by William the Conqueror on the site of a pre-existing Roman fortress. The castle is unique due to the fact that it has two mottes, there are only two castles in England with this feature. The castle was the centre of attention during the First Battle of Lincoln on 2 February 1141, during the fight between King Stephen and Empress Matilda over who should be the monarch of England. The castle sustained some damage and a new tower, called the Lucy Tower, was built. Lincoln castle has remained in use throughout history; it was used as a prison and law court in most recent times, before becoming open to the public as a museum and most recently being used as the set for ITV's Downton Abbey.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar & Grill Lincoln is only an 16 min walk (0.7 miles) away from Lincoln Castle.

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Lincoln Christmas Market

Lincoln Christmas Market is held over 4 days usually about 3 weeks before Christmas. It is one of the largest Christmas markets in Europe, with up to 250,000 visitors, and it was the first ever Christmas market in the UK when it started in 1982. The event consists of stalls selling goods, a funfair with a Ferris wheel; open air classical music and rock concerts, as well as traditional events such as beer barrel rolling. The market is sprawled out around the castle and cathedral which makes the Lincoln Christmas Market the perfect opportunity to experience what the city has to offer.

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