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Enjoy unlimited access to Lincoln Castle with launch of new Annual Pass

15 March 2018

Events varying from LEGO to jousting!

You can now get unlimited access all year round to the award-winning visitor attraction, Lincoln Castle, following the launch of a new annual pass.

Lincoln Castle

Jousting at Lincoln Castle

Scale the heights of the medieval wall walk, follow in the footsteps of prisoners in the Victorian prison and immerse yourself in the Magna Carta story.

You can even use the pass on event days, although terms and conditions will apply. Look out for the Kingdom of LEGO, cheer on your favourite knight in the Grand Medieval Joust and gasp in disbelief at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Circus.

To celebrate the launch of the new pass, the castle is offering new and existing members of its mailing list the chance to win a family pass. To join the mailing list, visit the Lincoln Castle website. The competition closes on Monday 9 April, after which a name will be drawn from the list of subscribers.

Cllr Nick Worth, executive member for culture, said:

“Lincoln Castle has so much to offer that one visit just isn’t enough! An annual pass is fantastic value for money, and gives you unlimited access to our award-winning attractions all year round.

“You can also enjoy many of our exciting events and activities, which are an ideal way to keep the family entertained during the school holidays and at weekends. It really is your passport to a year of historical family fun at one of the county’s most popular visitor attractions.”

The Family Annual Pass is £75, and on only your third visit you will already be saving money. For further details and to buy yours, visit

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