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BVEP Boston Visitor Economy Partnership

BVEP is supported by: Boston Business Improvement District Boston Borough Council Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce


Some of the images in the guide were submitted for the Boston Visitor Economy Partnership Photography Competition.

You might wish to start the day by making a visit to one of the famous Boston outdoor markets to see a range of locally sourced produce and foods, then, after a stop for refreshments at a café, pub or restaurant, continue your day discovering Boston’s roots at the famous Boston Stump with its Puritan Path. Why not spend part of your afternoon browsing a range of high street


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View from the Mill

names, independent shops and boutiques. A final suggestion is to take in local heritage at Boston Guildhall museum. Round off your day with an evening’s entertainment at the cinema or Blackfriars Arts Centre. Visitors who enjoy getting

close to nature and experiencing countryside at its most beautiful and unspoilt will be in their element. Nearby, there are

Boston Stump

to Boston

This new guide contains a wealth of information on Boston, one of Lincolnshire’s most fascinating market towns, to help you make the most of your stay.

nationally renowned, RSPB nature reserves, organic farms and riverside walks which offer the best of the Lincolnshire countryside. As well as tips for

planning your visit, there is also a local accommodation listing, ideal for short breaks and useful contact information. A warm welcome to Discover Boston 2013.

Boston from the air

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