Archaeology at The Collection

Archaeology at The Collection

People have inhabited the landscape of Lincolnshire for nearly half a million years. The archaeology gallery takes visitors on a journey through the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages before exploring the Roman, Saxon, Viking and Medieval eras.

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Art at The Collection

Art at The Collection

The Usher Gallery is Lincolnshire’s premier art gallery displaying a diverse collection of fine and decorative arts, including loans from national collections, and a vibrant programme of temporary exhibitions supported by the Arts Council.

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Play at The Collection

Play at The Collection

An exciting and creative space for younger visitors with innovative activities and a designated area for babies, Play allows children to move, interact and create in a bright and colourful environment.

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Stokes at The Collection

Stokes at The Collection

The Collection is another place to enjoy Stokes’ famous tea, coffee and traditional favourites; cream teas, homemade cakes, savoury and sweet crepes, paninis, sandwiches, salads, daily hot specials and a fantastic children’s menu.

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Today at The Collection

Transporting the Past into the Future: Archaeology of the Lincoln Eastern Bypass Read more…

Lincoln Knights’ Trail and The Lincoln Knights’ Education Trail at The Collection and Usher Gallery Read more…

Battles and Dynasties Read more…

Domesday Book at Lincoln Castle Read more…

Summer Holiday Fun! Read more…

Lincoln Summer Art School Read more…

Archaeology Festival Read more…

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