Castle Hill

Discover Castle Hill at the centre of Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter. Explore the quaint and historic cobbled streets with an array of independent retailers, tempting variety of places to eat and drink and regular events and markets.

  • Cafe / Tea RoomCafe / Tea Room
  • RestaurantRestaurant
  • Guided ToursGuided Tours
  • ParkingParking
  • ToiletsToilets
  • Gift ShopGift Shop
  • Dogs WelcomeDogs Welcome
  • Groups WelcomeGroups Welcome
  • Meeting FacilitiesMeeting Facilities

Castle Hill is a historic and picturesque attraction in uphill Lincoln with a five-way junction between Steep Hill, Bailgate, Exchequergate, Lincoln Castle and Drury Lane. Discover the centre of Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter with Lincoln Cathedral on one side and Lincoln Castle on the other.

Explore an abundance of quality independent eateries, restaurants and retailers plus buskers and regular farmer’s, artist’s and antiques markets throughout the year. Enjoy the bustling and inviting atmosphere that Castle Hill has to offer.

Unique Independent Shopping

Discover an array of unique and luxurious independent retailers at Castle Hill. Explore a mixture of retailers including: home wear, clothes store, local produce, art galleries and more.

Markets and Events

Enjoy events at Castle Hill. Visit the Farmer’s Market every 3rd Saturday of the month, Artist’s Markets every 1st Saturday from March - December and an Antiques Market every 3rd Sunday of the month from March to September.

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Castle Hill

Castle Hill




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