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There are three components open to the public: the dining hall (containing many old paintings -- check the website to see who they are), the Oak Court (a replica of the Old Bailey, set on a diagonal), and local artifacts (such as the James I...More
Really enjoyed this visit. We always look out for cathedrals to visit on our travels. However this has to be in the top 3. Stunning architecture and watched and spoke to the stonemasons working on their stone blocks. The Magna Carta exhibition was first class...More
This mansion has a couple of great rooms, furnished and decorated in the period of 1195 when it was rebuild after a fire. It was a gift to the city by the Earl of Radnor and now used for a variety of functions.
Visited Salisbury today and after wandering round the Christmas market and the farmers market we went into the guildhall to the craft fair .
It was £1 each to go in but it was worth while and l would recommend it to snyone