Boston Guildhall

Boston Guildhall is a magnificent building that is wonderfully preserved with a wealth of original features. The Pilgrims were taken to Boston Guildhall where they were held and tried. After a month they were released. 

The Guildhall was built in the 1390’s; a wealth of stories, secrets and experiences are told and shared throughout the building.

Visitors can still see the cells today where Bradford, Brewster and the Pilgrims were held and tried. You can also explore the other stories and histories across the centuries through permanent exhibitions and tales about each of the rooms. The sights, smells and sounds of the Guildhall provide a fascinating insight into the history of Boston.

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Michaël Roumen and Marlijn Kok (from Leiden400, the Pilgrim Year in 2020) were on a work visit in Boston and Plymou…

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