Visit Lincoln Pass holders enjoy unlimited three day access to Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle and the Medieval Bishops' Palace plus special offers and discounts on Lincoln's top tours and attractions. With your Visit Lincoln Pass there is no need to queue.
All offers stated can only be claimed on production of a valid Visit Lincoln Pass. Please check opening times of the attractions before visiting. Entry restrictions may apply on special and ticketed event days; please check individual attractions for any restrictions before purchasing the pass.
Lincoln Cathedral is arguably the finest gothic building in Europe. On this site you will find information about its past history, its present activities and our hopes for its future.
I hope you will come and visit Lincoln Cathedral to discover its wonders for yourself and receive a blessing.
The Very Reverend Philip Buckler - Dean
Discover a world of rich history during your visit to Lincoln Castle, nestling in the heart of historic Lincoln.
The castle hosts an exciting events programme and offers free guided tours. These provide a fascinating insight into the history of Lincoln and its castle.
The castle is home to the Lincoln Magna Carta, dating back to 1215, as well as the Charter of the Forest. Lincoln Castle is the only place where you can see the two documents together in the world!
Standing almost in the shadow of Lincoln cathedral, with sweeping views over the ancient city and the countryside beyond, the medieval bishops' palace was once among the most important buildings in the country. The administrative centre of the largest diocese in medieval England, stretching from the Humber to the Thames, its architecture reflected enormous power and wealth.
Explore the site as part of a day out in Lincoln with our audio tour to see the undercrofted East Hall; and the chapel range and entrance tower built by Bishop William Alnwick, who modernised the palace in the 1430s.
Relax and enjoy the unique contemporary Heritage Garden, a haven of peace and tranquillity.
Enjoy free entry to the largest and most diverse community museum in Lincolnshire. Our rich and varied social history collection reflects and celebrates the culture of Lincolnshire and its people from 1750 to the present day. Exhibits illustrate commercial, domestic, agricultural, industrial and community life.