Past and present collide at the University of Lincoln
Located in one of the UK's most historic cities, the University of Lincoln has gone from strength to strength since it was officially awarded the status in 1992. The main campus and its array of incredible 21st century facilities sit at the heart of an impressive regeneration project which has been invested in the area around Brayford Pool and breathed new life into the city as a whole.
Head up the hill for a history lesson
While you're in Lincoln you simply have to brace yourself for a walk up the accurately-named Steep Hill to explore both its famous 11th century castle and the stunning cathedral which towers above the city. Once thought to be one of the tallest buildings in the world, the cathedral is also famous for a range of features including a stone carving of an imp which has become the stuff of local legend.
Discover the cultural side of the city
Whatever your reason for visiting Lincoln, you are sure to find plenty to do in the local area. A host of top bands play at the university's Engine Shed venue, while art lovers will enjoy exploring the Usher Gallery and its range of paintings and drawings including works by the likes of Lowry, Turner and DeWint. Planning a trip to the University of Lincoln? Travelodge Lincoln Thorpe on the Hill Hotel is only a 15-minute drive away, while Travelodge Newark North Muskham Hotel is another great option in the local area.