The earliest surviving public record, the Domesday Book, is being loaned to Lincoln Castle as part of a major exhibition this year.Read the full story ›
More than 530,000 people visited the ceramic poppy display at Lincoln Castle during its three-month installation.Read the full story ›
A number of First World War experts are up at Lincoln Castle this weekend as part of a military memorabilia roadshow.
Residents can take along their own medals, badges and photographs to find out more information from the historians about their family history.
Part of the poppies sculpture which wowed millions at the Tower of London, have gone on display to the public at Lincoln Castle today.Read the full story ›
The iconic poppies that were on display at the Tower of London will be installed at Lincoln Castle.Read the full story ›
Dozens queue for free cake at Lincoln castle birthday party
The county council says visitor numbers have almost trebled those predicted since the castle underwent a £22m refurbishment.
Lincoln Castle is celebrating the first anniversary of its £22m refurbishment.
250,000 people have visited the attraction over the past year.
It was crowned the UK's best tourist attraction in November 2015, beating off stiff competition from across the country including the Harry Potter studio tour and the Tower Bridge glass floor attraction in London.
An archeological investigation has revealed the ages of ten skeletons discovered in the grounds of Lincoln Castle last year.Read the full story ›
Archaeologists who found nine skeletons buried beneath Lincoln Castle say they plan to open up a stone coffin with a skeleton inside it in September.
So far only an endoscopy has been carried out on the coffin where a camera was poked inside. A full skeleton could be seen on the camera, as well as a shiny object.
Archaeologists believe the skeleton could have belonged to someone extremely high up in society like a lawmaker, but have played down speculation that it could have been a Saxon King or Bishop.
Police are investigating after a fire at Lincoln Castle in the early hours of this morning.
The wooden doors which lead up to Lucy Tower were badly affected. Archaeologists are now assessing the damage but say they hope it will be possible to repair the doors.
The fire service suspects it was arson and is investigating with the police.