Lincoln’s historical significance means that there are a number of tours and walks to enjoy, self-guided and organised, including the award winning Ghost Walk.
Available as an app from the Visit Lincoln site or for £1 as a printed leaflet from the Visitor Information Centre, this tour takes in all the key Roman ruins and provides information about the city at the time.
This trail runs along the Roman Fossdyke Navigation which links the Rivers Witham and Trent and is believed to be the oldest canal in Britain. Additional information can be found at canalrivertrust.org.uk. A path suitable for walkers and cyclists currently goes from Lincoln to the village of Saxilby along the edge of the Fossdyke.
THE CATHEDRAL QUARTER WALKING TOUR
THE CATHEDRAL QUARTER WALKING TOUR A guided walk around uphill Lincoln which explains the city’s history from the Roman era to today. Mostly on the flat, the tour takes an hour and a half from the visitor information centre starting at 11am. Dates can be found at lincolnguidedtours.co.uk.
LINCOLN HIGH STREET TEA AND TOUR
This tour guides you through downhill Lincoln, starting at Stokes High Bridge Café before ending there for refreshment.
Most Tuesdays through the summer; dates can be found at lincolnguidedtours.co.uk
ROMAN LINCOLN TEA AND TOUR
Starting on Steep Hill outside Bells’ Tea and Coffee House, the tour tells the city’s Roman history and lasts about one hour before returning for refreshments.
Most Tuesdays through the summer, dates can be found at lincolnguidedtours.co.uk
THE ORIGINAL LINCOLN GHOST WALK
An award-winning tour that tells of the ghostly hauntings and supernatural tales of the city.
Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm from Lincoln’s Castle Square Visitor Information Centre.
£4 Adults £2 Children