• Boston Tourist Attractions


Boston is a town and small port on the east coast of Lincolnshire and is a hub for shopping, history and socialising.

Boston’s most notable landmark is St Botolph’s Church, known locally as The Stump and is one of the many attractions the vibrant town offers.

Top 5 Boston Attractions

Bubblecar Museum

Take a trip down memory lane and visit Bubblecar Museum. The museum is home to a collection of over 50 microcars, known as bubblecars, powered by engines of less than 700cc in size. The small, fuel efficient vehicles on display include Bond, Isetta, Reliant, and Bamby.

ARK Wildlife Park

The UK’s first rescue zoo and Lincolnshire’s multi award winning, independent wildlife park and exotic animal sanctuary. Set in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, ARK Wildlife Park offers visitors the opportunity to get close to exotic mammal species, snakes, lizards, curious critters, and more.

RSPB Frampton Marsh

Experience the natural wonders of The Wash at RSPB Frampton Marsh. The mature salt marsh is incredibly rich in plants and invertebrates and provides the perfect spot for birdwatching. With accessible footpaths, it is ideal for morning and afternoon walks. Facilities include a visitor centre and three hides.

St Botolph’s Church

Affectionally known locally as ‘The Stump’, St Botolph’s Church stands tall in the centre of Boston. The parish church is free to enter and everyone, including pets, are welcome. Climb up 209 steps for the Tower Experience and complete your visit by treating yourself in the Coffee Shop and Gift Shop.

Maud Foster Windmill

See one of Britain’s finest working windmills in action at Maud Foster Windmill and learn how flour is made the traditional way. Visit the Mill Shop and choose from a wide selection of products including flour and porridge oats to local history books and souvenirs.

Find out more

For more information about tourist attractions in Boston, please see Visit Boston UK and Visit Lincolnshire websites.