Lincoln Ghost Walk (Lincoln) Reviews
Description:The walk begins at 7pm every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, from the Tourist Information Centre, Castle Square (between the Cathedral and Castle). It lasts approx 1.5hrs. ADMISSION: Adults £3; Children (under 12) £2. No suitable disabled access or wheelc
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