Things To Do

Whether your looking to go the cinema, visit the local museum, explore the local parks, nature reserve or churches, for the latest things to do in St Neots take a look at our listings.

W&H Peacock Auction

Founded in 1901, W&H Peacock have been holding weekly auction sales in and around Bedford for over a century.

Farmers Market

The Farmers Market is held on the second and fourth Saturday of each month between 8am and 1pm in the Market Square.

St Neots Parish Church

St Neots has three Anglican churches all called St Mary's, of which this one St Mary's Parish Church is referred to as the Cathedral of…

Eaton Socon lock-up

Built in 1827 when Eaton Socon was in Bedfordshire, local miscreants were held in the lock up before being taken to face the magistrate in Bedford.

The Priory Centre

The Priory Centre stands on the banks of the River Great Ouse. It is a beautiful setting for a wedding or conference or just to take a break from…

St Neots Cinema

The brand new six screen cinema off Huntingdon Street in St Neots was opened in 2014 and can seat nearly 900 people. As cinema's go it has very…

Day Column

In the centre of one of the largest market squares in the country is the Day Column. A cast iron structure, erected in 1822 by John Day who was a…

Crossing the Ouse in St Neots

In 1964 the stone bridge town bridge, which dated from the early 17th century was replaced by the one you see today.

St Neots Museum

St Neots Museum is a friendly local museum telling the story of a busy market town on the River Ouse, from prehistoric times to the present day. 

John Day’s Brewery

At the end of Priory Lane are two buildings which originally formed part of John Day's Brewery – Priory House and the barley malting kiln both from…