Boston Guildhall Museum and Tourist Information Centre
Built in the 1390's for the Guild of St. Mary the Guildhall is an amazing survivor from the medieval period.
Built in the 1390's for the Guild of St. Mary the Guildhall is an amazing survivor from the medieval period. Handed over to the borough by Henry VIII in 1545, the building has been used for meetings, as a courtroom, a gaol, British restaurant and many other purposes.
It is now a visitor attraction and museum and includes, amongst many tales, the stories of the Pilgrim Fathers being tried and imprisoned there in 1607. With permanent and temporary exhibitions, interactive touch screens, sounds and smells and children's activities, the Guildhall has something of interest for all.
Boston Guildhall is also licensed for civil wedding ceremonies and available to be hired for events.
The Tourist Information Centre is based in the guildhall and both the museum and the TIC are open -
10:30am to 3:30pm Wednesday to Saturday, last admission to the museum is 3pm. FREE ADMISSION!
Please note that during January - March 2014 redecoration of the Guildhall will be in progress as part of the on going conservation scheme of the building and there may be some disruption with possibly access to some of the rooms being limited. More information relating to this work will be shared as it happens.
For information on accredited accommodation providers, please click on the link to Visit Lincolnshire/Accommodation on the right of this page and search for Boston.
South Street, Boston PE21 6HT 01205 365954
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