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Shopping in Lincolnshire
City centre shopping, market towns, antiques centres, fashion boutiques, and street markets.

Fancy some retail therapy? From antique dealers and traditional markets to High Street brands and boutique stores. You’ll never go home empty handed!

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Top Shopping Spots

The Strait, at the bottom end of Steep Hill, has a range of fashion and designer stores, whilst you’ll find specialty, vintage and retro stores on the hill itself, voted ‘Britain’s Best Street’. 

Wander the quirky streets of Bailgate at the top to discover a world of specialist shops including boutiques, crafts, book and gift shops, not to mention tea rooms and restaurants that line the cobbled streets.

Time your visit right to browse the Famrers’ Market, Makers’ Market, or Antiques Market that meets on the historic Castle Hill each month.

All of this in the shadow of the stunning Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle – a unique shopping experience.

Cleethorpe’s Sea View Quarter is the Jewel in the Crown in the historic, Victorian heart of the town.

The quaint quarter has maintained its quirky charm over the years and is home to an array of independent retailers and the finest eateries.

If you’re looking for bespoke jewellery, fashion, furniture or something a little different then visit the Sea View Quarter, it’s a local favourite and it comes as no surprise that it was a finalist in the Great British High Street Awards in 2016.

A wealth of boutiques and cafes, surrounded by Georgian splendour, plus the traditional Friday Street market, regular events and the Georgian Festival.

Renowned as the largest antiques centre in Europe with four buildings full of thousands of antiques and collectables to peruse at your leisure. Found just north of Lincoln.

Lincoln is a dream destination for shoppers. The city’s secret lies in its brilliant mix of High Street brands and shopping centres, quirky independent stores and boutiques, colourful homegrown markets.

The market in Boston has been held since the 12th century, when the port was second only to London. Here you’ll find local food and drink, plants, cheeses, toys, gadgets, fabrics, sweets, cakes, cards, household goods, and more.

Retail park in Gainsborough built on a former Iron Works, including 35 stores, an Italian restaurant, coffee shops, a health club and more. Families flock to The Yard’s fun year-round events.

Find discounted designer brands, relaxing gardens, restaurants and cafes, and activities to keep the children entertained at Spalding’s outlet shopping centre and festival gardens.

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