Packed with unique Preston souvenirs, our new shop is the perfect place to pick up a present or treat yourself.
Our range includes everything from postcards, key rings, magnets and mugs, to teddies, t-shirts, tea towels and stationery, alongside a selection of prints and books by local authors.
And later this year we will also unveil a range of exclusive Guild 2012 merchandise – an ideal way to commemorate England’s oldest festival in Britain’s youngest city.
Our friendly and knowledgable staff are on hand to offer advice on what not to miss in Preston, from the famous Harris Museum to the city’s beautiful parks. We can also arrange accommodation at a range of accredited hotels and B&Bs.
As if that wasn’t enough, the Centre acts as booking agent for Blackpool Grand Theatre, Preston Playhouse and The Continental – and we also offer great savings on tickets to Camelot and Blackpool Zoo.
And of course we will still have the same wide range of leaflets, brochures, transport timetables and information on Preston and further afield.
The Centre is open from 10am to 5.30pm, Monday to Saturday. For more information or to book tickets, call 01772 253731 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow the A6 into the City Centre, continuing on Ringway. Turn at the Holiday Inn and follow the signs to the Bus Station car park. The entrance to the Guild Hall is via a walkway from level 1 on the car park. Walk to the end of the Guild Hall Shopping Arcade and through the automatic doors. The entrance to the Visitor Information Centre is immediately on your right.
From the Railway Station - turn right onto Fishergate. Walk past all the shops and turn left after Miller Arcade into Lancaster Road. The entrance to the Visitor Information Centre is immediately to the left of the Guild Hall Shopping Arcade entrance.
From the Bus Station - Follow the signs on the Bus Station to the walkway through to the Guild Hall Arcade. Head through the Arcade to the automatic doors. The entrance to the Visitor Information Centre is immediately on your right.