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London Rock Legends Small Group Tour by Minivan
"You'll see the house where Jimi Hendrix lived and died where Freddie Mercury and Queen hung out and Led Zeppelin's London HQ plus many more. The real fun of this tour is hearing inside stories from your informed and knowledgeable rock guide.You will also see sites connected with the Rolling Stones Eric Clapton and Cream Pink Floyd Bob Marley the Clash
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London Rock Music Tour
See the Itinerary for more information about each tour option."""Music lovers! This is the ideal way to discover London's rock music history. Choose either the morning or afternoon tour or book them both for a comprehensive London Rock Music tour. These small-group tours (maximum 16 people) cover everything from rock 'n' roll landmarks in bohemian Soho to the north London neighborhoods of Camden Town Hampstead Village and Heath Muswell Hill Archway and Islington."
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The York Pass
"Choose from a 1- 2- or 3-day sightseeing pass to suit your schedule and enjoy the flexibility to visit the York attractions that you want at a time that suits you best. Passes are valid for your choice of consecutive calendar days from the time of first use. After redeeming your voucher for your York Pass you’ll also receive a color guidebook with detailed information about the historical city and its famous attractions. Use the guidebook to plan your independent sightseeing with ease.The York pass includes entry to 30 top attractions around the c and discover Gothic architecture at its finest on a visit to York Minster — one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Entrance to family-friendly attractions such as York Dungeon and York’s CHOCOLATE Story are included in the pass alongside lesser-known treasures like Clifford’s Tower.Free Entry to Select York Attractions:Barley Hall Beningbrough Hall Byland Abbey Captain Cook Memorial Museum in Whitby Castle Howard
From GBP38.00

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Lincoln Visitor Information Centre

This should be the first point of call on a visit to Lincoln. The Visitor Information Centre, located in a 16th Century Leigh-Pemberton House in the Cathedral Quarter, provide information, activities...
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spidermiss
Jun 10, 2016

Photography Tours

This is something I intend to do through the summer of 2016 and I will update this tip then. However for now walking photography tours start in the spring each year and start from the Tourist Office...
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Britannia2
Mar 06, 2016

Christmas Market

Lincoln has a very famous Christmas Market. It usually happens in the first weekend of December. During the event, which happens day and night there are many tourists in town. Parking might be a bit...
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Cheersmates
Mar 18, 2008

Steep Hill

In Medieval times Steep Hill was named Micklegate. The Roman Ermine Street ran just to the left of the current street, but you can still see one side of the Roman archway that stood at the southern...
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iwys
Apr 29, 2006

Bailgate

Bailgate is a continuation of Steep Hill and follows the course of the main north-south Roman Ermine Street through the city. At the northern end of it stands the northern gate to the Roman city:...
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iwys
Apr 29, 2006

The View from Afar

As Lincoln stands on the only major hill in the very flat county of Lincolnshire, the city can be seen from miles away. Driving towards, it the first sight you will see of the city is the cathedral...
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Apr 29, 2006
 
 
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Signing......................

I was really impressed by the signing in Lincoln (historical quarter). Signs were sensibly placed, useful, informative and detailed. They've also provided little machines where you can buy a...
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Mar 18, 2006

Castle walls

One of my favourite things to do in Lincoln is to walk along the walls in the castle. Not least because you get great views of the Lincolnshire plain I mentioned in the introduction. It feels like you...
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Sjalen
Jan 08, 2006

Cathedral Hill

If you have never been to Lincoln before, the Cathedral area is what you should stick to. A small area on top of the hill gives you both cathedral, castle and some nice shops and pubs. Wandering...
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Sjalen
May 08, 2003

Lincoln Cathedral is huge,...

Lincoln Cathedral is huge, even with a 24mm lens, you don't get a lot of it in!The cathedral of 1092 actually only lasted until 1185 when it was largely destroyed by an earthquake! In fact may...
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steventilly
Aug 24, 2002

A lovely view of St. Marks...

A lovely view of St. Marks Square. Not St Marks Square Venice of course, but Lincoln's equivalent. It's right down the high street across the railway line, part of a new shopping development and with...
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steventilly
Aug 24, 2002

Newport Arch, standing at the...

Newport Arch, standing at the end of Bailgate, the oldest surviving Roman Arch that is still serving in Britain! (Meaning there may be others that are older but are not in a city centre with a road...
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steventilly
Aug 24, 2002

The Waterside Shopping Centre....

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...
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steventilly
Aug 24, 2002

The gate at the bottom of the...

The gate at the bottom of the hill, known as Stonebow. The Guildhall sits aside and above this gateway. Beyond the gate away from the bottom of the hill is the busy newer part of the city of Lincoln,...
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steventilly
Aug 24, 2002

Top Hotels in Lincoln

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Eastgate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 1PN, United Kingdom
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Bailgate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 3AR, United Kingdom
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213 Yarborough Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 3NQ, United Kingdom
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Station Road, Thorpe-On-The-Hill, Lincoln, LN6 9BS, United Kingdom
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Church Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN4 1BE, United Kingdom
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Lincoln Road, Canwick Hill, Lincoln, LN4 2RF, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Lincoln

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Cathedral

Lincoln Cathedral (Known as St Mary's Cathedral) was built Gothic style from 1088 and throughout the Medieval times. Between the 14th and 16th Century it was the world's tallest building. The...
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Castle

I have made previous visits to the castle which included the Medieval Wall Walk. On our recent visit (May 2016) we just wandered round in the grounds and checked out the Poppies Wave...
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Steep Hill

Steep Hill & The Strait are situated in Lincoln's Cultural Quarter. Steep Hill is voted 'Britain's Best Street' and The Strait, bottom end of Steep Hill, is known for its exciting independent...
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City Centre - Downtown

Outside the Magna Carta pub in the historic section of Lincoln is one of the Golden Olympic Post Boxes. As a celebration of the Olympic games being held in London during 2012 it was decided that for...
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Stonebow Gate & Guildhall

This has been the meeting point for Lincoln City Council since the Medieval times. The town building was built around 1520 and a number of alterations took place in the 19th Century. "Stonebow" would...
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Jew's House

Situated on steep hill this 14th Century listed building is thought to be the site of a Medieval Synagogue. Today it's a historic book shop with a lecture room and library. Further information can be...
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"Lincoln: a wonderful old city"
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"Learning To Live It"
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sourbugger

"It got a hill, a castle and a cathedral"
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"More history than you can shake a stick at........"
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"The capital of Lincolnshire"
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