From Wednesday 5th, Lincoln Cathedral will fully reopen to allow tourists, pilgrims and general visitors inside. Since it’s closure in late March due to COVID-19, this will be the first time the cathedral has been open to the public.
Since June 15th, it began a gradual reopening for private prayer. On July 5th, it will finally be open again for gathered worship. A reduced price of £5 per adult will now allow visitors, with under 16s going free for a limited time.
The Very Revd Christine Wilson, Dean of Lincoln, said: “Lincoln Cathedral is a place of hospitality and welcome for all, so it is a great joy once again to invite visitors to come and explore this sacred space, discover its rich history and enjoy its unique and peaceful atmosphere.”