Travel back in time to between AD50-60 when a legendary fortress was built by the Romans in Lincoln, then known as ‘Lindum Colonia’. Follow the Roman Trail and discover the remains of the ancient city today.
LINCOLN CITY'S IMPRESSIVE ROMAN HERITAGE
Lindum Colonia was a thriving Roman Colony with an impressive fortress. Discover today the remarkably well preserved Roman heritage of the city including the country’s only surviving Roman arch.
Explore Roman history on the cobbled streets of Castle Hill, around the spectacular Cathedral Quarter and spot Roman remains at The Collection Museum. Learn all about Roman public life and how their influence is reflected around the city in the present day.
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