- Market Rasen -
Market Rasen is perhaps best known for its racecourse but has plenty more to offer.
The market town lies about 20 miles from Grimsby along the A46.
Each Tuesday a market is held, selling everything from children's toys, clothing and shoes to fruit and vegetables.
There are a number of interesting buildings including the church of St Thomas, the Corn Exchange and a large Methodist chapel close to the railway station.
The Methodist chapel is a prominent building with huge pillars to the front.
Shops are plentiful, many of which are family owned, including butchers, bakers and antiques shops.
There are also plenty of places to eat and drink. The town has seven public houses and a coffee shop cum evening bistro.
Car parking in Market Rasen is free and the market place doubles as a car park when the market is closed.
There are a number of walks around the outskirts of the town and a trail through the centre has an accompanying booklet to help familiarise visitors with its buildings and history.
Near by, Walesby Woodland offers a caravan park.