Lincoln Central Station is a testament to the rich history of the Cathedral city of Lincoln. Designed in 1848, in the ‘Baronial’ style, it offers superb links to places such as Doncaster, Nottingham, Leicester, London St. Pancras and Peterborough. There are many top-notch restaurants nearby Lincoln Central Station where you can rest, relax and dine before (or after) exploring this great city.
The iconic Lincoln Cathedral is sure to take your breath away. A beautiful example of the Gothic style of architecture this landmark was once the tallest building in the world. There is so much to see and do you’ll want to make sure your time is planned accordingly. Why not take the stress out of organizing meal times by using the online facilities of Go dine. Simply scroll upward to see the vast array of fine dining and casual restaurants near Lincoln Central Station, and browse menus, photos and read diner reviews. By using their online booking service you can also earn free meals with Go dine. Give yourself more leisure time to fully enjoy and explore Lincoln.
There really is something for everyone here. Museums, art galleries and theatres abound. There are numerous historic building, stately homes and gardens including Doddington Hall and Gardens, which has been in use as a family home for over 400 years. Filled with items of curiosity through the ages this is a day out not to be missed. Depending on the time of year you visit there are a host of festivals including a comedy, Morris dancing and even steampunk!
Of course you may want to just take it easy and stroll through the delightful ancient streets, taking in the vibrant atmosphere. Fortunately there are many places to eat near Lincoln Central Station offering a wide range of delicious cuisines such as Chinese, British, Italian, Mexican and Indian. Relax, kickback and enjoy a fantastic meal in this exciting city. Although perfect for a weekend break you’ll probably want to stay longer, especially if you like strolling through farmers’ markets, artists’ markets or being guided on an historic walk.