Follow a set of well-trodden steps in Lincoln's Medieval Bishop's Palace to discover a heritage garden with a difference.
A garden is thought to have been planted next to the palace of Lincoln Cathedral's Bishops ever since 1329 though today's garden is far from old fashioned.
A place of peace and tranquility, the gardens at the palace are sculpted to reflect the beamed ceiling of Lincoln Cathedral - which looms over the garden - with hornbeams to represent the majestic spires.
Take time to explore this medieval palace and enter the unique garden, elevated over the city of Lincoln, for a peaceful space to relax and reflect.
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