Bailhouse & Mews

34 Bailgate, Lincoln, LN1 3AP, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Lincoln

The Waterside Shopping Centre....

by steventilly

The Waterside Shopping Centre. Fairly new, nicely set and with some decent shops. It's not so good now as it was when we were there a few years back. Then it had some REALLY interesting shops, selling 'new age' stuff, candles, aromatherapy, natural products, etc etc. It's mainly high street stores now.

Strange goings on in darkest Lincoln

by sourbugger

'Ghost walks' have taken off in many locations all of the UK. The one in Lincoln is a bargain at 4 quid and adult, and by all accounts I';ve heard it is one of the best.

No booking required, but details are available from the Tourist information centre, from which they leave at 7PM thurs-sun.

Frighteningly good.

Eleanor of Castile's Tomb

by iwys

Eleanor of Castile was the wife of King Edward I, to whom she was married when she was just ten years old and he was fifteen. It was a marriage to make peace between the kings of Castile and England.

Eleanor didn't live with her husband until she was about 18 or 19. Edward and Eleanor became inseparable and she bore him sixteen children. She even accompanied him on the crusades in 1270.

She died of fever, in the village of Harby, 5 miles from Lincoln, in 1290, aged 49.

Shops on the High street

by sourbugger

This half timbered building is worth seeing in it's own right, but is has an extra dimension added to it by being one of only three (and the oldest at that) structures in the UK of its kind - because it is built on a a bridge.

Restored at the start of the 20th Century, the shops and tearooms are nothing special.

Listen to a whopping big organ

by sourbugger

I was all ready to make lots of silly jokes about playing with your organ in a cathedral (nudge - nudge), and how you need a good blow through your pipes for optimum performance (wink-wink), but I shall refrain.

Some people say that Lincoln's organ spoils the look of the cathedral, as the enormous instument (sorry, sarted off again) is situated in the middle of the vast space.

Regular recitals are given, and the website below will detail when. It is also often in full voice during services or being practiced on at other times.

A mighty monster to behold.

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Address: 34 Bailgate, Lincoln, LN1 3AP, United Kingdom