Lincoln Cathedral - A year in the life of the Cathedral

Picture: Chris Vaughan Photography for Lincoln Cathedral
Date: December 7, 2018

Lincoln Cathedral are always working to enhance their offer for families. Their family ticket is valid for a year from the day of purchase so you can return as frequently as you wish.*

Alongside the great existing offer for Lincoln Mums card holders of 10% off purchases in the Cloister Refectory, Lincoln Cathedral have a wide range of activities which aim to engage families. Their popular Retro Pilgrim trail launched earlier this year which gives older children a great insight into this magnificent place.

Lincoln Cathedral - A year in the life of the Cathedral Picture: Chris Vaughan Photography for Lincoln Cathedral Date: December 7, 2018

When visiting you can take part in the explorer trail which encourages children to show their parents around the Cathedral; they also offer explorer backpacks and activities for younger children which are free to borrow when you visit. There’s a dressing up trolley which is new for this year and enables children of all ages to dress up as the different characters which appear in the history of the Cathedral.

Children with Backpacks 3-min

During the holidays there are story time sessions in one of the Cathedral’s many chapels to engage early years. These fun and informal sessions engage children and give parents a time to chat. Visit the website for dates and further information about these free events.

Lincoln Cathedral - A year in the life of the Cathedral Picture: Chris Vaughan Photography for Lincoln Cathedral Date: December 7, 2018

 

The Cathedral shop has a wide range of ethical toys, many of which can be purchased online at www.lincolncathedral.com/shop

On 4th & 5th January the Cathedral will host the return of the Snowman with Live Orchestra and a limited number of tickets are still available to this event.

On Christmas Eve at 4.00pm the Cathedral holds its annual Christmas Eve Carol Service which is a great way to start Christmas together. Services are always free to attend and everyone is welcome.

 

 

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