Boston has two well-established Tourist Information Centres in the heart of the town. The first is located at Boston’s Guildhall Museum, a historic medieval building wonderfully preserved to celebrate the town’s rich history. The second is based inside St. Botolph’s Church (The Stump), Boston’s iconic landmark leading the town’s skyline.
Both visitor information centres can help you at any stage of your visit. Their services include:
• Providing important travel information including recommended things to do, and places to stay, as well as the food & drink hotspots across the town.
• Providing tickets to Boston events, information on guided history tours as well as providing local Boston souvenirs.
The Guildhall is situated on South Street next to Fydell House and can be easily accessed from the market square.
Location: Guildhall South Street, Boston PE21 6HT
Last admission to the Boston Guildhall Museum is 3pm.
The Stump (St. Botolph’s Church) can be accessed from the main market square and is Boston’s main visitor attraction. The information centre is on the ground floor, inside the main hall of the church. There is also an on-site gift shop selling souvenirs and Boston-themed memorabilia.
Location: 1 Wormgate, Boston PE21 6NP
To ensure there are no disruptions to your visit, make sure to check the Parish of Boston website for on-the-day updates that may affect your visit or get in touch.
Boston has a range of guided tours available to give you a flavour of the town. Hear from professional guides who have lived the town’s history and take time to discover Boston’s fascinating history. Wherever your interests lie, there’s a tour that’s sure to inspire you!
Visit either of the Visitor Information Centres for more information or explore guided tours and walks.