The Village of Kirton in Lincolnshire

Boston Guildhall

Built in the 1390’s by the Guild of St Mary, this medieval building is today a museum with paintings and objects from the museum collections bringing to life stories from over 600 years of history.

Fydell House

The house provides a base for some educational classes and community groups and is open to the public. On Wednesdays the tearoom opens to provide homemade cakes, scones and light lunches.

Blackfriars Theatre

Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre dates back to 1959 and is home to local amateur dramatic and operatic groups. It also has its own Theatre Academy as well as hosting a programme of stage productions.

Boston History Tours

Join Jane on her historic tours every Wednesday morning at 10.30am or Sunday at 2pm to discover major sites in the centre of the town covering Gysors Hall, Shodfriars and various other places of interest nearby.

Boston Stump

St. Botolph’s Church, often known as ‘Boston Stump’, is spectacular from outside and in and was a landmark to both seafarers and people travelling across the flat fenland that surrounds the town.

ARK Wildlife

A multi award winning wildlife park and exotic animal rescue sanctuary in Lincolnshire offering up close encounters with beautiful exotic animals as well as some familiar friends; from monkeys to meercats and crocodiles to wildcats.


Events in Lincolnshire

Lincoln Christmas Market

Held annually in the historic city of Lincoln, usually in early December, this market is one of the largest Christmas markets in Europe. It features stalls selling gifts, crafts, food, and drinks, along with entertainment and festive activities.

Lincolnshire Show

This agricultural show takes place in Lincoln every June and showcases the best of Lincolnshire's farming, food, and rural life. It includes livestock displays, agricultural machinery, food stalls, competitions, and entertainment.

Skegness SO Festival

The SO Festival is an arts and cultural festival held in Skegness and other locations across Lincolnshire. It features outdoor performances, art installations, workshops, and activities for all ages, typically held in the summer.

Spalding Flower Parade

This annual event, usually held in late April or early May, features a parade of floats decorated with thousands of flowers, marching bands, and entertainers. It celebrates the flower-growing heritage of the area around Spalding.

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre Events

Located near Spilsby, this center hosts various events throughout the year, including aircraft displays, reenactments, and special exhibitions, which focus on the aviation history of Lincolnshire during World War II.

Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival

This festival offers guided walks and hikes through Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The festival typically takes place in May and features a variety of routes for different abilities and interests.