Beyond Boston's central Market Place, a network of medieval lanes branch off still faithful to their original medieval streetscape heritage.
A traditional market town, Boston's retail offer combines independent boutiques that line the Medieval lanes with a more modern retail offer where you will find many of the favourite English high street brands.
Don't miss exploring Wormgate, Dolphin Lane and Emery Lane - there are surprises around many corners - fabulous shops, a mix of places to eat and drink and plenty of historic buildings along the way.
Oldrids is a well known family owned independent department store and can be found in Pescod Square Shopping Centre.
The combination of markets, independent shops, eateries and high street stores make for a quintessentially English shopping experience .
The Scrooby congregation were held and tried at Boston Guildhall.
Shopping and Markets
Boston open-air markets; trading since 1545.
A Georgian house with stunning gardens.
An English tower mill built in 1819.
Park / Open Space
Enjoy the Lincolnshire side of The Wash, with close views of its stunning wildlife.
The 'Puritan Path' is named after Rev. John Cotton who was preacher here.
Monument / Memorial
This memorial marks the area from where the Separatists made their first attempt to escape.
A modern hotel in a rural location on the edge of Boston town.
Elms Farm Cottages, Boston
Luxury self-catering converted barns and stables.
Long Acres Touring Park, Boston
Camping and Caravanning
A charming hotel bursting with character and history.
The White Hart Hotel, Boston
A historic hotel on the River Witham.
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