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So whether the tranquil river walks, fine Georgian buildings or the more modern attractions captivate you, Stamford has something to charm everyone.The popular Town Trail takes you through Stamford exploring passageways, main thoroughfares and market squares.

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All Saints Street, Stamford Restored Victorian steam brewery with award winning fruit beers.

Tours and tastings by advance booking.01780 752186 St Mary’s Hill, Stamford This historic building was purpose built in 1728 and houses an extensive collection of regalia. Open for tours Fridays, free admission, donations to the renovation of the Town Hall. We have over 600 listed buildings of mellow limestone in the town centre including five medieval churches, all real gems and the 12th century ruins St Leonard’s

Pop into the Stamford Tourist Information and purchase a copy of the Stamford Jarrold’s Guide, which has a wonderful self guided tour!

Download and/or print out our Visit Stamford Town Guide (Tourist Information Centre & Gift Shop, Coffee Shop, Bar and Gallery) St Mary’s St, Stamford Drawing on a rich heritage dating from the eighteenth century, housing one of the oldest provincial theatres in the country and the assembly rooms built in 1727.

Stamford Arts Centre aims to provide the best in live arts for the area developing an ever widening range of theatre, cinema, music, workshops and exhibitions.

Coffee Shop with Free Wi Fi, Open Daily Mon to Sat 9.30am to 8pm and Bar.

01780 763203 see’s Broad Street transform into a bustling market, The Stamford Museum has now closed but a fine example of a Stamford building on this Street.

You must not miss the Arts Centre; built in 1768 it is one of the oldest provincial theatres in England, which holds many events throughout the year, the Steam Brewery, Browne’s Hospital’s and the 12th century ruins of St Leonard’s Priory.

They are all worth a look and you may well find an event going on at one of these places or on the Town Meadows, in this ‘town of festivals’.

Whilst you are in the area you can enjoy a visit to Burghley House or nearby Rutland Water. It has a wide range of shops, hostelries and attractions.

Our main street market is on a Friday with a smaller Saturday market and once a fortnight there is a Farmers’ Market.