Things To Do near Theatre Royal Lincoln

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Lincoln High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln High Street, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The high street of Lincoln is approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long and marries together all that is modern with plenty of admiring glances to the past; 18th century cottages converted to shops nestling comfortably with shiny new department stores, magnificent town gates and bustling retail parks. T...

Cardinal's Hat & Dernstall House, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Cardinal's Hat & Dernstall House, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The Cardinal's Hat is a 15th century three story building thought to have been named for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. It can be found at the bottom/lower end of Steep Hill in Lincoln.Dernstall House, though less imposing contains masonry dating from the 12th century.This pair of historic buildings stand...

Lincoln Drill Hall, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Drill Hall, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

Modern and refurbished throughout, the Lincoln Drill Hall is a popular entertainment venue in the historic City of Lincoln.Its main auditorium has a maximum capacity of 500 seats and it has hosted various bands. As well as live music, the venue offers theatre, literature talks, films, the Lincoln Be...

The Jews House, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

The Jews House, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The Jew's House is one of the earliest town houses in England. It lies on Steep Hill, in historic Lincoln, immediately below Jew's Court.Dating from the mid 12th century, part of the building façade survives; the elaborately carved doorway, the remains of two Romanesque double-arch windows and much...

Lincoln Central Library, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Central Library, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The public library in the historic city of Lincoln is a very special place. The first lending library opened its doors near the end of the 19th century, in 1895, and operated from the Assembly Rooms building in the centre of the city. It was replaced by the new site on Free School Lane in 1914....

Usher Gallery, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Usher Gallery, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The Usher Gallery was built to house the collection of James Ward Usher, using funds he bequeathed for the purpose, and was officially opened on 25 May 1927 by the then Prince of Wales.The building, now Grade II listed, was designed by the architect, Sir Reginald Blomfield. It is stone with brick pa...

Greyfriars, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Greyfriars, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

Greyfriars is the oldest Franciscan church building in England. It stands behind St Swithin's church in the downhill area of Lincoln, between Free School Lane and Broadgate.During the early 13th century Franciscan friars arrived in Lincoln and were granted land to build a friary. Work commenced c123...

The Collection Museum, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

The Collection Museum, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

Situated in the heart of historic Lincoln, The Collection brings together Lincoln’s archaeology museum and the Usher Gallery in one fantastic visitor centre. The archaeology gallery tells the story of Lincolnshire’s fascinating heritage through artefact rich displays and reconstructions, hands-o...

Waterside Centre, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Waterside Centre, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The busy and popular Waterside Shopping Centre is located in the centre of Lincoln's high street. With a wide range of well known brands under one roof its two floors boast familiar retail chains from Topshop, New Look and H&M plus more select and lesser known outlets. Please visit the...

The Water Railway Walk, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

The Water Railway Walk, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The River Witham meanders through the peaceful and open countryside offering a real sense of freedom. The Water Railway Walk is a dual walking and cycling route that navigates the now disused Lincoln to Boston railway line. There are some wonderful markers on the walk, including views of the B...

High Bridge, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

High Bridge, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The High Bridge in the City of Lincoln is unique in England as the only bridge carrying 16th century buildings, and one of only three historic bridges carrying buildings at all.The first stone bridge was built in the late 12th century, no doubt replacing one constructed from timber from an earlier a...

Lincoln Ice Rink, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Ice Rink, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

Skate (and fall over) on real ice at the Lincoln Ice Rink, availble between 29th November and 31st December. One of the many winter themed events in the city the well lit outdoor rink is festooned with Christmas decorations. Sessions start on the hour and last for forty five minutes. Child, co...

Medieval Bishops' Palace, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Medieval Bishops' Palace, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

The Medieval Bishop's Palace is a visitor's attraction in the city of Lincoln.Built during the late 12th century, it was one of the most opulent residential structures in the country and the administrative centre of the vast Diocese of Lincoln, which stretched from the Humber to the Thames.The palac...

Steep Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Steep Hill, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

As the street name suggests, a steep hill in the heart of Lincoln. Shop lined and very quaint.At the top is the entrance to Lincoln Castle and Lincoln Cathedral and at the bottom is "The Strait" where you'll find Cardinal's Hat & Dernstall House. After this it's all about shopping.

Sam Scorer Gallery, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Sam Scorer Gallery, Lincoln (approx. 1 mile away)

Hugh Segar "Sam" Scorer FRSA was an architect who worked in Lincoln and was a leading pioneer in the development of hyperbolic paraboloid roof structures using concrete. He also was involved in architectural conservation and research into the work of local 19th-century architects, as well as crea...