Boston Stump

I like Boston Stump for several reasons, it is a great piece of architecture and has a special identity by being called a stump instead of church or cathedral. I also like how I can walk through Boston city centre with the stump nowhere to be seen and then suddenly everything opens up and the … More Boston Stump

Shrewsbury Castle

Shrewsbury castle is now pretty much just the regimental museum. It cost me £3 to enter, as a student. £4 as an adult. I started upstairs, which had a room of regimental gear and information, but what I enjoyed the most from the top floor was the next room which was almost like a balcony … More Shrewsbury Castle

Another Cathedral

When we visited Peterborough over Christmas we didn’t actually go inside the cathedral, we just admired the grand front view. I love cathedrals, which is ironic as I’m not religious in the slightest. However, I enjoy the history and architecture involved with such extravagant buildings. It’s a wonder how they were built in the times … More Another Cathedral

Tattershall Castle

We chose a lovely day to visit Tattershall Castle in Lincolnshire, it felt like a summer’s day! Situated in the little village of Tattershall, the 15th century castle is in great condition and looks more like a tower than a castle. It used to have spires on top of each of the four turrets, but … More Tattershall Castle