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.
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.
Elms Farm Cottages, Boston
Long Acres Touring Park, Boston
Camping and Caravanning
The White Hart Hotel, Boston
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