Things to see and do - Boston
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Boston Travel guide
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Boston was England's second largest port in the 13C and a centre of Puritanism in the 17C. The Pilgrim Fathers (pilgrims who founded the same-named town in the American colony) were imprisoned here. Boston has elegant Georgian houses and warehouses lining the banks of the River Witham. It is a quiet town which comes alive for its weekly auction and market. Today, Boston's resources stem from its light industry, agriculture and commercial port.
Tourist attractions Boston : Things to see and do
1 Wormgate GB - Boston PE21 6NP
When it was built in the 14C, St Botolph's was the tallest church in England; from its 83 m Flemish-style tower, known as the Boston Stump, visitors can see as far as Hunstanton (64 km east) and Lincoln (50 km northwest) on a clear day. The building ..
st. South GB - Boston PE21 6HT
This brick building (1450) has a magnificent five-bay window dating from the 16C over the main door. It was once the hall of St Mary's Guild and later the town hall. It is now a local museum with reconstructions of old kitchens with all the equipment..
Bicker Bar Bicker GB - Swineshead PE20 3AN
Prix Prices from : 53 £
Supreme Inn offers modern en suite bedrooms featuring free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs with Freeview channels, and tea/coffee facilities. There is free private parking on site. There is a stylish restaurant with a bar, which offers homemade food, using l..
Market Place GB - Swineshead PE20 3LJ
Prix Prices from : 50 £
Wide Bargate GB - Boston PE21 6SH
Prix Prices from : 58 £
The New England Hotel offers traditional charm, and is located in the heart of Boston. All rooms have private bathrooms and free Wi-Fi, and free on-site parking is available. Comfortable, en suite accommodation is complemented by a 120-seat restaura..