Lincoln Christmas Markets


Join us this festive season to explore these lovely markets. Based around the grounds of the stunning cathedral, you will have plenty of time to shop for all those Christmas goodies for family and friends.

This market is not one to be missed with brightly coloured stalls in a cobbled square and the smell of chestnuts roasting and hot mince pies in the background.  The sweet sound of choirs singing carols in the crisp December air and the festively decorated cathedral will warm your heart!

Tour Includes:
Return luxury coach travel
Services of an Anderson Tours Tour Manager
Plenty of free time to explore the markets


7.30hrs London Pick-ups (Earls Court 7.30am & Baker Street 8.00am)
The description & location of your pick up point is found on the top of your E-Ticket.

We recommend you arrive at your departure/pick up point at least 10 minutes prior to your tour ensure you do not miss your tour!  You must ensure you go to your booked pick up point as you may not be able to board at another location.
12:00hrs Approximate time of arrival in Lincoln. We drop off in the town centre and begin to explore the streets leading up to the cathedral where the stalls await us!
17:00hrs Depart Lincoln and make our way back to London, with comfort stops en route.
21:00hrs approximate time of arrival in London. 
Please note the itinerary is intended as a guide and some details may be subject to change.

About Lincoln Christmas Markets
Lincoln Christmas Market, held in Lincoln, England, is one of the largest Christmas markets in Europe, attracting up to 250,000 visitors a year over the four day event.

Held for four days around three weeks before Christmas, the market spreads all the way around the historic centre of Lincoln including the castle and cathedral. As well as stalls selling all manner of goods ranging from gaudy glittery toys to more Dickensian gifts there is a funfair with Ferris wheel, open air classical music and rock concerts and traditional events such as beer barrel rolling.

The number of visitors is so great that a circular one-way system for pedestrians around the streets of Lincoln is put into place. The route includes travelling through the grounds of Lincoln Castle, something not normally possible without paying an entry fee