Whether you are arriving by car, bus or train, Lincoln is easily accessible and all of our sites are within the city centre – no more than a 20-minute walk of each other.
Our handy map and venue key below was used to navigate Frequency 2017. For 2019 the festival trail will be changing, so keep your eyes peeled nearer to the festival for our new trail map.
Every venue featured in the 2017 festival is marked according to the venue key along with hotels, parking, cash points and other conveniences.
Follow the pink line on the map below to experience the historic city of Lincoln through Festival Trail – a unique and exciting route to discover digital artworks, installations and experiences.
Whether you are getting prepared for Frequency by planning your visit or just curious about our Festival Trail, we’ve teamed up with VisitLincoln to create a digital Festival Trail to guide you around the city and discover the incredible digital artworks, installations and experiences across Lincoln.
You can follow the trail in order or take your own route! Find out more information about venues, including locations, facts and contact details via the web-based portal too, all you need is a mobile device and an internet connection. It’s easy to use and will allow you to explore the historic city of Lincoln with a unique experience of the Frequency Festival Trail.
If you’re looking for somewhere to eat, drink or stay whilst you’re visiting Lincoln for Frequency, head to the Visit Lincoln website for everything you might need. Traditional restaurants in the Cathedral quarter, bars on the Brayford Waterfront, a room in the the city centre or a guesthouse in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral.
Due to the nature of some of the venues used, wheelchair users are advised to email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about the accessibility of specific sites in advance to avoid any disappointment. We will do all that we can to accommodate your needs.