This single-aisled Gothic church, which dates back to 1269, has some fine medieval wall paintings. One of them is of the Last Judgement. Painted over shortly before Shakespeare was born, they were discovered beneath layers of limewash. I wouldn't go out of my way to visit, but if you are in the area, it is a worthwhile short stop.
This is a charming chapel located on the corner of Chapel Lane and Church Street and is near Shakespeare’s New Place. As it is a place of worship, entry is free – but you are requested to make a small donation in order to assist with the upkeep and maintenance. Inside the chapel, there are many wall paintings. These are... 更多
It was a place where you should take more time then just go inside and out..it has a strong tradition and a lot to discover
It began in 1269 by the Guild of the Holy Cross. It houses some of the finest medieval wall paintings in the UK. Unfortunately, these paintings were covered or even washed away on orders given to Shakespear's father in the 16th century, during the Reformation. They were discovered many hundred years later but unfortunately the damage was done. Today, you... 更多
The chapel is only small but the work that has been done in the chapel is worth seeing it's a lovely place to sit and take 5 mins out for yourself.
It's a small church but has a great history behind. If you decide to do the Stratford walk tour; the guide will take you there and lecture you back in time to discover few things about the building.
the interesting thing was the seating arrangements, the fantastic paintings over the doom and the church door - old and massive most of the churches are kept closed except worship times, but this was kept open...and i was only person i guess - and thx for maintaining this rustic church