Boston is a town and small port in Lincolnshire, on the east coast of England. With a population of 67, 000, this large town's most notable landmark is St Botolphs Church, the largest parish church in England, described as majestic and magnificent. The 'so high and mighty' Boston Stump, St Botolphs tower reaches 272 ft.
With a long history as a great trading centre, Boston had had a lively port from the 13th century and today is a thriving market town which holds two markets weekly for local residents and visitors to enjoy. Exploring the town's medieval pattern, small town streets and pathways following the river make Boston a compact and easily accessible town for exploring. With plenty of independent shops, family run businesses and cosy places to eat and drink, you can take in Boston's history and heritage in a relaxed manner.
If you are more of a nature fan, Boston also has nearby attractions the RSOB Freiston Shore reserve, the Boston Wash banks and the Maud Foster Mill, England's tallest working windmill perfect for photo opportunities across the views from its seven floor high.