The Brayford Lincoln campus, taken from the bridge overlooking the LPAC, Engine Shed and University Library.

Visitor Information

Lincoln has lots to offer visitors, from historic landmarks and the cobbled streets of the Cathedral Quarter, to the bustling city centre and marina which is home to the University of Lincoln. Lincoln fuses old and new to create a vibrant, cultural city. Everything is within walking distance of the University, with cafes, high street brands and popular bars dotted throughout the centre.

Parking and Travel

The city is centrally located in the East Midlands, in easy reach of London, Leicester, Hull, Nottingham, Sheffield and Leeds, with good rail and road links.

You can find a range of information on getting to Lincoln on our How to Find Us page.


Refreshments

Everything from coffee to snacks and hot meals are available across campus during an Open Day at a range of locations. Please refer to your Open Day Guide or ask a Student Ambassador on the day. The University is a five minute walk from the city centre where you will find lots of places to re-charge.

Where to Stay

A number of hotels are located just minutes away from our city centre campus. You can explore the full range of hotels and bed and breakfasts available across the city on the Visit Lincoln website. 

Visitor Attractions

During your Open Day visit we recommend you take the time to visit the city centre. This is just a few minutes' walk from the campus and will give you the opportunity to find out more about the city you may soon be calling home. For more information on all the visitor attractions in Lincoln and the surrounding area, view the Attractions page on VisitLincoln.com.