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WELCOME TO STAMFORD!

Plan your visit to our beautiful town today!




BEST DAYS TO VISIT

AND WHERE TO PARK!


Generally, the earlier in the week you visit, the less busy the car parks and shopping areas are. 

Friday is market day in Broad Street and it's best to arrive earlier on this day and use the larger car parks! 

Saturday is also a busy day with markets in High Street. 

Sunday sees a great many shops open and is 

generally busy between 11am and 3pm

Summer visitors can enjoy a well-deserved rest from shopping by relaxing by the river in the town meadows. Winter and the Stamford Christmas Market should not be missed. The Christmas lights make the main shopping areas truly atmospheric, so you really feel that you are getting some of that festive cheer! Coming soon to this site: "A Stamford Christmas"!


BEST CAR PARKING FOR THE TOWN CENTRE:

Broad St. (except Fridays) restricted to 1 hour

North Street car park (long stay)

Wharf Road car park (long stay) Preferred

Bath Row car park (long and short stay) Preferred

Cattle Market car park (long stay) Preferred

Cattle Market car park provides a pleasant scenic stroll into town in full view of cafes for refreshment.

ACCESSIBILITY PARKING:

All car parks have accessibility spaces. Limited spaces available on many streets within the town.

PICK UP AND DROP OFF:

You can drive into the High Street precinct before 10am and after 4pm any day to drop off and collect items/passengers

Want to read about the market town of Stamford?


Our newly-designed Stamford website can help!


Best days to visit, car parking, visitor centre details, town trails, sights, news, town events and more!

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  YOU CAN ALSO FIND OUR STAMFORD   GALLERY AND INFORMATION ON OUR           NEWLY DESIGNED INSTAGRAM                                             ACCOUNT:


STAMFORD PAST AND PRESENT

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