The University of Lincoln campus is found in the heart of the city on the Brayford waterfront.
The city centre is a true blend of ancient and modern with a busy commercial centre and bustling high street. At the top of Lincoln’s Steep Hill is the city’s old quarter, home to the thousand year-old Cathedral and medieval castle. Independent businesses line its cobbled streets, including art galleries, delicatessens, vintage boutiques and antique book shops.
Lincoln is centrally located in the East Midlands, in easy reach of London, Leicester, Hull, Nottingham, Sheffield and Leeds.
Get detailed directions, maps and travel information from the University of Lincoln website.
For information about rail services, visit the National Rail website.
Although there are closer airports, the easiest international airports are Heathrow and Gatwick. From there you can catch a direct train to King’s Cross station, and from there travel on to Lincoln. For further information, see the King’s Cross website.