Boston Stump

One of England's largest parish churches, Boston Stump has always been a landmark to both seafarers and people travelling across the flat fenland that surrounds the town.

On a fine day, views from the Stump's 83m high tower reach far over The Wash and in the opposite direction, Lincoln Cathedral.

Leading to the entrance of the church is the Puritan Path named after the Rev. John Cotton and the members of his local congregation he urged to join the Massachusetts Bay Company in an attempt to establish an English settlement for religious Puritans in New England, North America. In  the 1630's he helped to found the city of Boston, Massachusetts.

Climb the 209 steps for the Tower Experience and then visit the coffee shop & gift shop or simply reflect in this sacred space.

Children are welcome in the Church and will enjoy the children's trail and play den.  



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