How To Find Us
The Pilgrim Centre is in Swindon's town centre. We are about 100 metres away from the Town Hall and Central Library, so head in this direction - find us
between the Coventry Building Society and Cats Protection shop and opposite The Regent café
If you have internet access, there are several websites for maps and directions, for example:
- green arrow shows exact location
The R.A.C. Website
The A.A. Website
Use our postcode - SN1 1PX - for accurate guidance.
Once you have arrived in the town centre, follow the pedestrian signposts for the Town Hall and Central Library,
which are very close to the Pilgrim Centre in Regent Circus. (Regent Circus is at the end of Regent Street,
the main shopping street in Swindon.)
By Bus - see Thamesdown Transport Bus Routes
Many buses come close to the Pilgrim Centre, the nearest bus stops being Commercial Road, Regent
Circus and Princes Street. All other buses will go to the Bus Station, which is a 10-
minute walk away from the Pilgrim Centre.
By Car -
The Swindon Borough Council Carpark Website
When approaching Swindon, follow the ‘Town Centre’ signs. There are plenty of car parks to choose from but the
nearest will be named as Wyvern and Granville Street (off Commercial Road) car parks.
Head for Long Stay car parks (indicated on traffic signs) if your visit will be longer than a couple of hours as the fees
are much lower than in Short Stay. Nearest long stay car parks are Wyvern, Spring Gardens and Brunel West (you may
need to go to higher floors to qualify for Long Stay fees - read notices in car park).
None of the town centre car parks are more than a 10-minute walk to the Pilgrim Centre.
Swindon railway station is about a 10-minute walk from the Pilgrim Centre; alternatively it is a short taxi-trip
away. Unfortunately there is no direct bus-route from the railway station to the Pilgrim Centre.
If walking from the railway station, when you come out of the station walk straight ahead towards the pedestrian
lights. There are pedestrian sign-posts guiding you into the town centre; once in town,
follow the signs for Central Library and Town Hall.