Bolton Octagon Theatre MSCP
What started out as a small, medieval village has blossomed into a busy, vibrant town, widely hailed as one of the friendliest in the UK. 21st century Bolton attracts visitors all year round, who come to take advantage of the superb shopping centre, the fascinating museums, and the stunning countryside that surrounds it.
The town is also well served by places to eat and drink, with a selection of cafés and restaurants serving delicious meals that use local produce. With the town being such a draw, finding a place to park in Bolton can be challenging. However, pre-book a space at the Bolton Octagon Theatre MSCP and you can enjoy a hassle-free day out. This car park is right in the heart of Bolton and within easy access of everything you could want to get to grips with this beautiful town.
Bolton Market Parking
You’ll find Bolton Market a mere six-minute walk from the Bolton Octagon Theatre MSCP. Bolton has a long and illustrious heritage as a market town and the Market continues that tradition, offering the opportunity to buy everything from local meat and veg, to clothing and jewellery. Bolton Market is also the site of the annual Food and Drink Festival and the monthly Artisan Market, each of which attracts visitors in their thousands. As you can imagine, parking in Bolton gets a bit tricky at these times, but the pre-booking facility at the Bolton Octagon Theatre MSCP allows you to reserve your space in advance and avoid the traffic.
Newport Street Shopping Parking
With Newport Street just three minutes from the Bolton Octagon Theatre MSCP, there’s no excuse to not indulge in a little retail therapy. Newport Street is one of Bolton’s main streets and the gateway to the town centre. You’ll find the majority of shops along this street, ranging from the usual high street brands to independent retailers and boutique stores. It’s recently undergone significant regeneration, making your shopping experience even more enjoyable and convenient.
Town Hall Parking
Bolton’s iconic Town Hall was built between 1866 and 1873 and has barely changed since the final stone was laid in place. It’s only a few steps from the Bolton Octagon Theatre MSCP, giving you ample opportunity to soak up this spectacular building. There are free tours available, in which you can see the Council Chamber and the Mayor’s Parlour.