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St.Botolph's Church

1 Wormgate | Boston, Lincoln PE21 6NP, England
+44 1205 362992
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Stunning landmark

St Botolph's or The Stump as it is affectionately known can be seen for miles across the flat... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Amy L
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Lincoln, United Kingdom
What a gem

We took a visiting friend to Boston. We had never been before although we knew of "Boston Stump" I... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
cf19472015
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Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
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1 Wormgate | Boston, Lincoln PE21 6NP, England
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+44 1205 362992
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

St Botolph's or The Stump as it is affectionately known can be seen for miles across the flat, Lincolnshire landscape. Inside it is light and airy and has a delicate appearance. After dark when illuminated it is simply stunning. The view from the top is...More

Thank Amy L
Reviewed 11 April 2017

We took a visiting friend to Boston. We had never been before although we knew of "Boston Stump" I had no idea it was such a beautiful church. Although we didn't go up the tower on this occasion I certainly will next time.

Thank cf19472015
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Throughly enjoyed looking round the inside and outside of this beautiful church. Easy access. Worth a visit.

Thank liz123liz
Reviewed 3 September 2016

Like Lincoln Cathedral, this church has links with the exploration and settlement of both North America and Australia. Look for the memorial to the Lincoln explorers Bass and Flinders, as well as the headstones commemorating the pilgrims. Take the tour of the stained glass windows....More

Thank Jeff B
Reviewed 29 August 2016

I visit this place often as I'm in Boston every weekend. This week I bought 20 bricks to add to their LEGO model of the church which is going to raise £100,000 for their funds. It's a lovely building, and especially of interest to me...More

Thank Sundaydiner
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Returning to Boston after many years a climb up The Stump tower was rewarded with an astounding panoramic view of the town and surrounding fens. A beautiful church, the landmark for invading aircraft in the war it still has the flood marks on the pillars.

Thank Malcolm b
Reviewed 23 July 2016

Been here a few times beautiful place. Went up the tower and what a view well worth it. The day we went there was a real Gypsy wedding on it was Fantastic to stand at the back and watch it.Will be going again

Thank elizabeth h
Reviewed 18 July 2016

I climbed up the stump and I love the view from the top I could see all of Boston and out towards the sea.

Thank chrisgray34
Reviewed 22 May 2016

We visited the church today it is an amazing place . There is a tea room inside the church for a cup of tea and a cake. Then you can walk off the cake by climbing the 200+ steps to the top of the bell...More

Thank Jenny J
Reviewed 19 May 2016

This is a parish church of cathedral proportions. The stained lass is magnificent. I wish I'd had more time to spend a longer visit, and to climb the 200+ steps to see the view from the top of "the stump".

Thank Camanophile
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