Boston Guildhall Museum

South Street, Boston, Lincolnshire PE21 6HT
5 Spain Lane Boston England PE21 6HP GB

Built in 1390 by the Merchant’s Guild of St Mary, a religious guild founded in 1260, this magnificent building has a wealth of original features that have survived the centuries. Walk around this stunning guildhall and learn all about the building and its history through the ages.

Visit the 600-year-old Chapel and learn about the Guildsmen and their wealth, as well as their fear. You can also look for treasure in sandpit boxes which is a great activity for future archaeologists!

Discover the house as you stroll through the Banqueting Hall, the Courtroom, the Council Chamber, the Buttery, the Kitchen and the Cells. Permanent exhibitions in all of these rooms reveal fascinating stories, a colourful history and some very interesting facts. There is so much to see and learn here, you will be surprised how quickly the time goes.

Opening Times: Wednesday to Saturday: 10:30am – 3.30pm, last admission to the museum 3pm

Costs: Admission is free

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