Location: Lincolnshire, England.
Built: 11th-13th century.
Condition: Substantially intact.
Ownership / Access: Local authority. Open to public.
Opening times: Check their website for more info.
Price of admission: Check their website for more info.
Notes: Lincoln Castle is a major castle constructed in Lincoln, England during the late 11th century by William the Conqueror on the site of a pre existing Roman fortress. The castle is unusual in that it has two mottes. It is only one of two such castles in the country, the other being at Lewes in Sussex. Lincoln Castle remained in use as a prison and law court into modern times, and is one of the better preserved castles in England; the Crown Courts continue to this day. It is open to the public as a museum. Lincoln castle remains one of the most impressive Norman castles in the United Kingdom. It is still possible to walk around the immense Norman walls which provide a magnificent view of the castle complex, together with panoramic views of the cathedral, the city, and the surrounding countryside.
Lincoln Castle Links:Lincoln Castle On Wikipedia
Lincoln Castle Official site
Gatehouse Gazetter: a bibliography of sources relating to Lincoln Castle with links to aerial photographs, maps, and the Lincolnshire HER.