You’ve arrived in Lincoln, a cathedral city and county town of Lincolnshire located in the East Midlands of England. Although best known for its exemplary examples of educational institutes and football clubs, this much-loved area also boasts some fantastic places to get an Afternoon Tea in Lincoln.
Why not find out for yourself? Go on – indulge in all of your favourite treats and snacks. What more could you want from a fun day out?
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The earliest origins of the city date back to the remains of an Iron Age settlement. Centuries later, the Romans began the development of Lindum Colonia – which would, in time, become Lincoln.
Throughout the Viking era, the area became a vital trading centre that issued coins from its own mint. In 1068, two years after the Norman conquest, William I (better known as William the Conqueror) ordered the construction of Lincoln Castle.
Perhaps most noteworthy, however, is the local Cathedral, which for 238 years (1311 to 1548) was the tallest building in the world. Now, you can marvel at its beauty and extravagance before or after visiting an Afternoon Tea Lincoln venue.