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Lucy the Dragon bursts through walls of Lincoln Castle

Lincoln Castle, home to one of the copies of the historic Magna Carta, has welcomed a new guest to the English heritage attraction in the shape of Lucy - a giant dragon that appears to have lodged herself in the castle’s wall.






Lincoln Castle, home to one of the copies of the historic Magna Carta, has welcomed a new guest to the English heritage attraction in the shape of Lucy - a giant dragon that appears to have lodged herself in the castle’s wall.

Debuting to the public on April 2, the giant sculpture is free to view to visitors of the castle until October 9 and was built as part of the backdrop for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The sculpture was originally scheduled to breakthrough in 2020 but was delayed by the pandemic. In addition to the dragon itself, visitors can follow clues and solve puzzles to become a Victorian dragon hunter or explore an adventure story inspired by Lucy herself, with a castle activity book for kids with puzzles, games, colouring sheets, and stickers.

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Lucy the Dragon bursts through walls of Lincoln Castle

Lincoln Castle, home to one of the copies of the historic Magna Carta, has welcomed a new guest to the English heritage attraction in the shape of Lucy - a giant dragon that appears to have lodged herself in the castle’s wall.






Lincoln Castle, home to one of the copies of the historic Magna Carta, has welcomed a new guest to the English heritage attraction in the shape of Lucy - a giant dragon that appears to have lodged herself in the castle’s wall.

Debuting to the public on April 2, the giant sculpture is free to view to visitors of the castle until October 9 and was built as part of the backdrop for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The sculpture was originally scheduled to breakthrough in 2020 but was delayed by the pandemic. In addition to the dragon itself, visitors can follow clues and solve puzzles to become a Victorian dragon hunter or explore an adventure story inspired by Lucy herself, with a castle activity book for kids with puzzles, games, colouring sheets, and stickers.

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