Discover Lincolnshire Weekend 2019 – Street Food Festival

Discover Lincolnshire Weekend 2019 – Street Food Festival

 on the last weekend in March with a weekend of free entry to many of Lincoln city and countryside's attractions, plus other free activities and special offers - part of English Tourism Week.


As well as enjoying the shopping and food available throughout Lincoln, visitors and residents alike can also explore some of the county's most fascinating attractions offer free activities or admission to help you discover Lincolnshire for yourself.


Highlights include free rides on Lincoln's open-top tour bus, free entry to Lincoln Cathedral, and free guided tours of the city.


There are many other attractions across the city that are free to enter all year long too. Discover Lincolnshire Weekend is part of English Tourism Week: an annual celebration of the people, places and experiences that help make holidays in England so great.


STREET FOOD FESTIVAL
The popular is making a return to Lincoln High Street this Spring in March. 


Enjoy flavours from around the globe at Lincoln's street food festival: talented chefs will be cooking fresh on Lincoln High Street and outdoor seating will be provided on Lincoln Cornhill nearby.


The festival is open from Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st 10am til 8pm (closes at 5pm on Sunday) so you can visit for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


There will be live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night from 6pm in a fully licensed Polish bar on Lincoln Cornhill to add to the atmosphere as the festival runs into the evening.


The Street Food Festival is organised by Lincoln BIG and Market Place Europe.

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