The Cathedral Centre is a 13th Century building.
In the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral’s magnificent West Front, the Cathedral Centre boasts a grand reception hall and several other rooms, all with free Wi–Fi access. Ideal for a range of small meetings, events, receptions and product launches.
The Cathedral Centre is a 13th Century building that offers a large ground floor reception area along with several meeting and conference rooms with a separate coffee lounge. There are three further conference rooms on the first floor. Outdoor space is available for drinks receptions, hog roasts and barbeques at your event.
Make your event even more memorable by incorporating a tour of the Cathedral’s Wren library, works department or take the exciting roof top tour.
|Room Name||Room Size||Layout Styles||Capacity|
|Coffee Lounge||32.7m sq||28 seated, 40 standing|
|Reception Hall||55.5m sq||40 seated, 70 standing|
|Conference Room||62m sq||70 Seated (Lecture), 24 Seated (Boardroom), 75 Standing, 64 Dining|
|Cathedral Room||45m sq||50 Seated (Lecture), 24 Seated (Boardroom), 55 Standing, 40 Dining|
|Seminar Room||40m sq||16 seated (Lecture & Boardroom), 30 standing|
Cathedral Quarter, City of Lincoln
One of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings, once the tallest in the world, with stunning views from the roof and tower and intricate design inside.Find out more
One of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings, once the tallest in the world, with stunning views from the roof and tower and intricate design inside.
Minster Yard, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 1PX
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