Lincoln Castle can offer exclusive evening hire for a variety of functions, can cater from canapés and drinks to gala dinners. These events can include a private viewing of the David P J Ross Magna Carta Vault and the Victorian Prison, where you can meet a cast of characters who bring the history to life.
Discover 1000 years of history – where it happened.
Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Lincoln Castle has stood for hundreds of years as a symbol of power and seat of justice. Scale the heights of the Medieval Wall Walk, follow in the footsteps of prisoners in the Victorian Prison, and immerse yourself in the Magna Carta story.
With a backdrop of ancient walls, the stunning grounds offer a fantastic open space to have those perfect pictures for your special day or even give you the opportunity to pop up a stunning marquee and host your wedding reception.
Lincoln Castle’s Victorian Prison was designed for the 'separate system', an isolating regime that kept prisoners apart from the corrupting influence of their fellow prisoners. Drenched in history the imposing Prison now offers an atmospheric venue to inspire and wow your guests with a unique fine dining experience.
Our packages can include:
Heritage Skills Centre
Our Heritage Skills Centre can offer tailored courses for a 'team building' day as well as a unique meeting room for your team to be inspired by this unique setting within the Castle grounds.
Catering can be provided in house by Langtons or alternatively you may wish to use one of the preferred suppliers. There are a variety of options available to suit your every need.
For more details please e-mail [email protected]
|Room Name||Room Size||Layout Styles||Capacity|
|Head Wardens||30 (Ceremonies)|
|Female Prison||50 (Ceremonies)|
|Male Prison||100 (Ceremonies) 80 (Seated Reception)|
|Grounds||100+ (Seated Reception)|
Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Lincoln Castle has dominated the Lincoln skyline for almost one thousand years.Find out more
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Remains of the south-east gateway of the Medieval wall that surrounded the community of Lincoln Cathedral in the 13th century.View on visitlincoln.com
Built in 1798, Ellis Mill is the last of nine windmills that once stood on the Lincoln hill top.View on visitlincoln.com
First built in 1072, Lincoln Cathedral is one of Europe’s finest Gothic buildings.View on visitlincoln.com