Walked under but never been in? Enjoy and hour of information, anecdote, and entertainment as we tour the iconic Tudor Stonebow and Guildhall in the heart of Lincoln. We see the ancient Mayor-making ceremony as the 807th Mayor is installed. (Lincoln's Mayoralty is the third oldest and dates back to 1206)
We explore the beautiful Council Chamber and Guildhall, which is above the arch that every shopper and visitor knows. We see the delightful civic rooms and the amazing civic treasures. We follow the Civic Party into the community - and see the highlight of the previous civic year.
The then Chief Executive of the City of Lincoln Council talks of two of his historic predecessors and their amazingly long service to the City. We look back at some of the colourful events that have taken place at the Guildhall – from Royal visits to football celebrations.
We go down into its 18th-century dungeon, and up into its 19th-century clock. We hear the Town Crier in full voice, and meet new Freemen. We see ancient charters, valuable paintings and artefacts.
We hear about Mrs Amy Beechey, who tragically lost five sons in WW1. She met King George V in the Guildhall soon after the war. We hear about Snips the dog and his years of charitable work for the people of Lincoln. And much more besides. PRICE INCLUDES P & P.
Lincoln's Stonebow & Guildhall - The Inside story
Walked under its 16th century arch but never been in? The history explained, and the stories told, about this underestimated Lincoln treasure.