Lovely church so pretty inside. Lit a candle and visited the gift shop! Whivh was also nice. We walked by the river to get there which was fabulous
About Holy Trinity Church
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Strange set up here. You can go into the church for free, but if you want to see burial place. That part of the church charges a fee. Surely better to charge for whole church visit, then you know you are paying for refurbish costs
A fantastic building, with a wonderful history. Much to see and explore, plus some incredibly helpful and knowledgeable guides who i am deeply grateful to for all the help and access they provided me with
A lovely church steeped in history which is well worth a visit. There are some benches at the back of the church wher you can sit and enjoy the river view.
We walked along the River Avon to reach the church where William Shakespeare's final resting place is. Certainly worth a visit to see where he lies and pay your respects. Some nice areas along the river bank where to take pictures off the passing boats.
A very old church dating back to the 13h century also contained the remains of the Duke at the time who died in 1270. His sarcofagus is very decorative and interesting. What got me though is that I had to pay in order to enter...More
Pretty church with Shakespeare's grave (inside the church as we had to point out to the couple we watched searching the grounds). Also has benches over looking the river for a break from sightseeing. Lovely view from a boat on the river.