Green Haven is found midway between Skegness and Boston and therefore provides easy access to the many attractions of both towns.
Skegness Pier one of the main attractions in Skegness. Skegness Pier has been standing for over 125 years.
The Embassy Centre
The Embassy Centre is the place to be if you enjoy top shows and attractions. Many comedians, musicians and cabaret acts perform at the Skegness Embassy Centre on a nightly basis throughout the summer.
Be it feeding the pets in the children's corneror watching the. beautiful Coral Fish or Tropical Butterflies, entertainment value is high at Natureland.
Other Skegness Attractions:
Batemans Brewery - The HQ of Batemans ale in Wainfleet.
Skegness Stadium - Thrills and Spills with Stockcar Racing.
Skegness Water Leisure - Waterski attractions in Skegness
St Botolph's Church
Better known as the Boston Stump, St.Botolph`s is the largest parish church in England measuring 282 ft long,
272 ft high and 20,070 sq.ft in area.
Maud Foster Windmill
The Maud Foster Mill is situated close to the town centre, just beyond Bargate
Bridge, and is the tallest working windmill in the country. Unusually, it has five sails, or 'sweeps'.
It was built in 1819, for the Reckitt family, to grind corn brought in by barge along the Maud Foster 'Drain'. Following a complete restoration it was re-opened in 1988 and and is once again producing home ground flour. There are fine views from the outside platform.
Pilgrim Fathers Memorial
The memorial was erected in 1957 and is to be found about 4 miles out of
Boston at Scotia Creek, Fishtoft. It marks the place, where in 1607, the group of puritans, who were to become known as the Pilgrim Fathers, attempted to board a ship to flee to the religious freedom
of the low countries.
An ancient port and market town on the east coast of Lincolnshire - Wainfleet stands on the Steeping
River. The town is famous for Magadalen College, Barkham Street and Batemans
Main Road, Friskney, Boston, Lincs PE22 8QS
Phone: 01754820691 or 07592299029 or 07754109204