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  • Paquito60
    London, UK6 contributions
    I had an excellent trip to the Bubblecar Museum, it was a surprise birthday gift. Many exhibits to see, and some of the vehicles there I never even knew existed. The best part of all was a trip on the road as a passenger in a bubblecar (please check dates before travelling if you want this). There is a cafe and a good selection of interesting reasonably-priced souvenirs plus friendly and knowledgeable staff.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • Fay P
    20 contributions
    Lovely place to visit for 1-2 hours. Huge range of animals who had lovely enclosures and seemed happy. We didn't go in the cafe so can't comment on that.
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • LincolnKaren
    Horncastle, UK338 contributions
    Shamed to say this was our first visit to Frampton given I am a Lincolnshire lad. What a great visit with a great warm happy welcome from the volunteers and staff.
    It is an amazing location with stunning views and can certainly recommend.
    Written 8 January 2022
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  • Rugbynugget
    Nottingham, UK270 contributions
    Vast cathedral like church free to enter. You are made welcome by staff and allowed to wander around. You can pay to get up the tower but be aware there are lots of steps and at the top only a small hand rail and there were no staff around in case of an emergency. I was basically given the key to let myself in and out. If that doesn't put you off the views are worth it.
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • Izzi P
    4 contributions
    Lovely walk but the new bonus of Jennys Shepherds hut is great! Walking and talking with a coffee or hot choccy and they cater for every dietary need too.
    Written 12 April 2021
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  • Paul R
    Wellingborough, UK674 contributions
    As I didn't venture inside, this attractive landmark was, for me, purely 'someting to see' and take a snap of. For those purposes, it was pretty and unusual and constituted one of the brighter points in what is, largely, a rather bleak and seedy town.
    Written 4 April 2022
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  • Paul R
    Wellingborough, UK674 contributions
    The Boston Guildhall itself is an attractive old building and, inside, there is a modest but interesting museum, spread over two rambling floors. For a town museum I'd place it at the good end of average.
    I've added a star, however, because the tourist information office, housed in the entrance area, is excellent and the staff enthusiastic and helpful.
    Written 5 April 2022
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  • anneQ7333UU
    Boston, UK51 contributions
    Saw Mike Harding here.
    Quite a variety of acts and plays and pantomimes to choose from.
    Excellent.
    Seating in the theatre bit small.
    Nice to get a beer afterwards. Nice place
    Saw Button Moon here many years ago.
    Written 16 March 2020
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  • Kevin S
    67 contributions
    One of the best war memorials around. As Lincolnshire was a busy place in WW2 it's so nice to see the heroes remembered in such a beautiful way.
    Written 27 November 2021
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  • K M Gray
    Mablethorpe, UK86 contributions
    I have been to many play parks this is quiet large and kids enjoyed it, staff in cafe were very nice. The seating area was very clean and tidy for a children's play park. Only qualm was that adults had to pay £1 each to go in. Otherwise I would have given it 5 stars.
    Written 5 March 2017
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  • sueblackburn150
    Boston, UK107 contributions
    Nice place for nature trails and dog walks. Picnic area, activity things for young children.Novelty signs and information of interest.
    Written 14 October 2020
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  • 2014Jandy
    Nottingham, UK6,587 contributions
    We were walking through the main shopping area and almost missed this shopping area on our second visit. It seems tucked away but once you find it there are a few of the usual shops you find in shopping centres and the area looked clean and bright.
    There is car parking close by.
    Written 17 March 2019
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  • Paul C
    Boston, UK32 contributions
    As I am a pro photographer this church has to be a close fav ever. Its so grand and steeped in history. Climbing the steps to get a birdseye view of Boston is a challenge but well worth it.
    Written 17 October 2021
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  • Mel
    Lincolnshire, UK314 contributions
    Best visit on a warm summers day & an excellent spot for the lads to play football.
    Refreshment kiosk. I think there're loos just outside the main g8s.
    Right in town centre.
    UC Park Wardens about wearing B.B.C high-vis jackets.
    Some Eastern Europeans do drink alcohol on the park benches, but if u walk past them they leave u alone.
    Written 4 March 2018
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  • Shelly173
    Gainsborough, UK78 contributions
    Fydell house is the oldest building remaining from its era so, I was informed when I was there to volunteer. Weddings mainly are held here & the gardens are used for weddings photo’s even if wedding takes place else where . Entirely run via volunteer work , some rooms are rented out to help fund & whilst I was there the main function room was being decorated back to its original colour. There is a fully functioning kitchen for catering & another company was used for doing vintage tea’s .

    There are some costumes should anyone wish to try on or marry totally in theme with the building. I helped with booking the weddings onto computer , had a few ideas which I was told were good but, couldn’t be paid for else I would still be there & full time.

    I think if the building was fully put back to its original state & all rooms used it would be better but, people can’t volunteer forever.
    Written 16 June 2018
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