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Night life

How would you rate your university towns night life?
Night life
7.1 / 10
 

(based on ratings in 2016)

2016

"Apart from the nightclubs and pubs/bars, Lincoln is a beautiful city. There is the cathedral and castle to explore alongside the various little shops and cafes that can be found on a steep hill. There's a local bowling alley and many restaurants too."
"There are several clubs and more pubs than you can count. There's also a cinema and bowling alley if you aren't out to drink."
"There is a student night at the different clubs every night and, on some nights, there is even a choice. There are also plenty of bars if you want a drink but not to go clubbing."
"There's a surprisingly good range even though there aren't as many places as in larger cities, the low price is a huge pull point too. There is something for everyone with all music tastes catered to on different nights and they all keep each other in check with competitive pricing, interesting events and endless promotions targeted at students."
"You have options from bowling to trips around the cathedral. You can go on historic ghost tours or for meals out, pub crawls, society meet ups, gigs at the Engine Shed, theatre plays at LPAC, ice cream at Daisy Maid or walks at the wildlife park to name a few things."
"There are clubs and bars so there's a pretty good nightlife but it's pretty expensive if you don't go on a student night."
"Lincoln has plenty of clubs, bars and pubs, something for everyone."
"We've got lots of clubs and pubs so there are different places for different moods."
"There are various nightclubs here. If you want a more fancy night out then there's always pre-drinks at Slug and Lettuce or, if it's a messy one, I'd recommend Trebles!"


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