Although now a disused railway station the building with its magnificent portico with Ionic columns has been preserved. It was closed in 1985 when services where diverted to Lincoln Central Station instead. This is very much a building worth visiting and not just because of the stunning architecture. A large shopping complex has been built around the area of the old station and it boasts a large number of prestigious shops from Debenhams to Lakeland. There are also some wonderful places to eat near Lincoln St Marks Station where you can choose from a wide variety of cuisines to suit all budgets.
It doesn’t matter whether you fancy Italian, Chinese, Mexican, European, Indian, or traditional British food Go dine has compiled a list of dining establishments that are sure to please. Scroll upward to view the many restaurants on offer and view menus, photos and read diner reviews to help make your choice. Booking restaurants near Lincoln St Marks Station is simple when using Go dine’s online booking facility. In fact using their online system can even earn you free meals, so why not give it a go? With so much to see and do in the historic Cathedral city of Lincoln you’ll want to maximise your sightseeing and shopping time!
There is no better way to get a sense of a place then to take a tour and in Lincoln there are loads to choose from. For those who like walking there are ghost walks, art trails and heritage tours, while city bus tours provide the option to kick back and see the sights from the comfort of a double decker bus. Brayford Belle Boat Trips offer the chance to see Lincoln and some of its surrounding countryside on an hour-long cruise. By the end of these tours Lincoln will feel like an old friend. Don’t forget to try some of the amazing restaurants nearby Lincoln St Marks Station, as they will provide the perfect setting for a memorable meal out. There is nothing like enjoying a good meal with friends, family and loved ones.