Sunday, February 25, 2024

Lincoln offers free open top city tour bus rides

To celebrate the return of the Open Top Sightseeing Tour Bus in Lincoln tickets will be FREE during Discover Lincolnshire Weekend of 25th and 26th March.

With 106 Excellent and Very Good ratings on Trip Advisor, the tour bus is back by popular demand from the 25th of March and will run until 29th October (operating weekends only until July) and everyone is invited to come and experience the tour for themselves as this popular attraction takes in the highlights of Lincoln, pointing out hidden treasures within the city that are often missed.

The Tour Bus is a brilliant opportunity to experience Lincoln in a fun, unique way with family, friends, and partners. Everyone can hop on and hear about the history of the city with our entertaining and knowledgeable tour guides – but get ready for the jokes and puns to come thick and fast!

Over the weekend, tours will depart hourly from 10.30am to 3.30pm from the West Front of Lincoln Cathedral.

Visitors can board the bus at any of the nine stops including: Lincoln Cathedral, Northgate, Newport Arch, Lincoln Castle, Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Brayford Waterfront, Transport Hub, High Street and Cultural Quarter. People are also able to hop on and hop off the bus at any of the stops, as many times as they like, offering a useful and interesting form of travel throughout the city so everyone can see what’s on offer during Discover Lincolnshire Weekend and beyond.

Tickets for the weekend can be booked on Eventbrite using this link – https://www.eventbrite.com/o/lincoln-business-improvement-group-61182106663

After the free event, tickets for the Tour Bus can be purchased in two simple ways, either from the driver on the bus (cash or contactless payments accepted), or on the Stagecoach app.

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