How to Find Us
All Downloadable / Printable Maps
University of Lincoln Campus Map - September 2013 (PDF)
Building locations and how to get around the Brayford Pool Campus on foot.
Lincoln City Centre Map - September 2013 (PDF)
Transport links around our main Brayford Pool Campus. Includes local parking and sat nav codes.
Routes to Lincoln - East Midlands and North of England Map (PDF)
Major road routes to Lincoln. Includes international airport locations throughout the Midlands and North of England.
Routes to Riseholme (PDF)
Road routes to Riseholme College Campus.
Riseholme Campus Map (PDF)
Building maps for the Riseholme College Campus, located just north of the City.
Holbeach Campus Map & Routes to Holbeach (PDF)
Maps and directions to our Holbeach campus in south-Lincolnshire.
Approved Accommodation Map (PDF)
Approved off-campus accommodation located across the city.
Road access is via the A1 with intersections at Newark (A46) from the South and near Retford (A57) from the North. The city is 40 miles east of Nottingham on the A46 and 40 miles south of the Humber Bridge on the A15.
Lincoln Central railway station is a few minutes’ walk from the main Brayford Pool campus. London Kings Cross is less than two hours away.
Lincoln’s central location allows for easy access, via road and rail, to a number of airports for domestic, European and International flights including East Midlands and Doncaster Sheffield (Robin Hood).
If you fly into one of the London airports then you will need to transfer to Kings Cross Station to catch the train to Lincoln.
If you are arriving at East Midlands airport you will need to take the Skylink from East Midlands to Nottingham Train station, and then a train from Nottingham to Lincoln Central.
Other Public Transport
Traveline can plan journeys to and from the university, display timetables and show next departures for services and stops serving the university.
Traveline provides impartial, comprehensive information for all bus, rail and coach services in the East Midlands and the South of England and is operated by a partnership of local authorities and bus operators.