Lincoln Map

Lincoln map, showing the Lincolnshire city of Lincoln, standing on the River Witham, to the north of Grantham.

Detailed Street Map of Lincoln in Lincolnshire & City Guide

Lincoln Map: Interactive map of Lincoln, a cathedral city and the traditional county town of Lincolnshire in eastern England, United Kingdom.

Use controls to get a detailed street map of Lincoln, get a Lincoln city centre map, or move around to see any part of the city that you wish. On the Lincoln city centremap you can see the University of Lincoln, the Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln Castle, Lincoln Medieval Bishop's Palace, and Lincoln Railway Station.

Originally an Iron Age settlement in the 1st century BC, Lincoln was the site of a Roman fortress in about AD48. Named Lindum by the Romans, and later Lindum Colonia, it became a thriving settlement. A period of decline, as the Roman Empire collapsed, was followed by increased prosperity after the arrival of the Vikings.

Lincoln Castle was built by order of William the Conqueror in 1068, on the site of the earlier Roman ruins, the city became wealthy by the 12th century, due to a flourishing wool trade. Lincoln today has a population of around 86,000, though its wider catchment area has something approaching a quarter of a million residents.

While in Lincoln visit Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln Castle, Hartsholme Country Park, the Museum of Lincolnshire Life (Old Barracks, Burton Road), Doddington Hall, and the Lincoln Medieval Bishop's Palace.

Lincoln can be accessed via the A15, the A46, or the A57, it is around 42 miles from Skegness in Lincolnshire, 40 miles from Nottingham, 109 miles from Norwich, and 145 miles driving distance from central London.

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