Well worth a visit, the market stalls fill the sweeping market place and stallholders offer an array of some of Lincolnshire's finest produce. With over 120 stalls there is so much to see! Explore local produce, fresh vegetables, gadgets, toys and more. A true experience of one of England most vibrant markets.
Boston's Market Place has been the venue for open air trading fairs and 'marts' for hundreds of years - in fact the earliest historic record of a fair or "mart" is in 1132. In 1218 a Patent was granted for Boston's Fair. Once a year the London courts would close so that everyone would have the opportunity to visit Boston during the May Fair when at that time goods which were rare such as spices and wines, could be bought fresh from the port as the town flourished and Boston Port was recognised as second only to London.
In 1545 Boston obtained its Charter of Incorporation from Henry VIII, via his son Edward VI. The original document beautifully illustrated and with its impressive royal seal, is kept in the Guildhall in South Street.
Today, you can enjoy Farmers Markets, Auctions, mid week markets and craft markets.
The Scrooby congregation were held and tried at Boston Guildhall.
A Georgian house with stunning gardens.
An English tower mill built in 1819.
Shopping and Markets
Explore the medieval lanes of Boston.
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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