Nature and architecture tour of Lincoln Cathedral

Join photographer Bruce Hargrave for a unique photography tour of Lincoln Cathedral.

After the initial meet and greet, there will be an opportunity to take some photos in the Cloister area, followed by a trip up the central tower where you can see the internal structure of the tower and take photos of the structure. A combination of the natural and man made world, that co-exists at the Cathedral.

With luck, we may see (and hear!) the Cathedral’s resident peregrine falcons. If you have a long lens for your camera (and/or binoculars or telescope) definitely bring them with you – but they are not essential for the tour and we hope to have some binoculars available for you to share. You may also wish to bring a tripod, if you have one.

We will spend at least half the time outside, so check the weather forecast the day before and dress appropriately. We will also tour the inside of the Chapter House roof – so a little bit of stair climbing (and heights) will be involved – but nothing too strenuous!

Bruce Hargrave – the photographer who is leading the tour – installed the peregrine cams that watch over the falcons’ nest site on the central tower. He will share his knowledge of these wonderful birds with you during the tour and point them out to you if they are around.

Tours cost £30 per person in addition to the general admission fee.

Numbers are limited, so pre-booking is essential.

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