This fine example of architecture is open to the public during the summer months on Thursdays and Saturdays 12-4pm.
The building is beautiful and when I entered a very friendly woman gave me a brief history lesson which was very interesting.
This is an example...更多
The Unitarian Meeting House dates from 1699 and is a Grade I listed building. As one of the finest remaining meeting houses in the land it is well worth a visit. Some of its land and graves were lost in a road widening scheme. Other...更多
What a stunning building. Had the pleasure of seeing our friends get married here and must say it was a lovely experience. From the outside you would never guess how traditional the interior is - well worth a look!
We visited today, the building is an architectural gem on the outside, but once within those doors you are transformed back to the 1700's when the building was built. It has original pulpit, and carvings, and the atmosphere is amazing. High backed pews and a...更多
This building is an insight into early freedom (or lack of) of religious activity, complete with watch windows and multiple exits to "escape" quickly.
Because it's history is so fascinating, it's really best to go when they are running their short guided tours; but you'll...更多
We were walking past and were invited in, I am glad we accepted as the interior retains much of the past we were given a guided tour, with a complete history of the building. One particular item that stands out being the wig pegs in...更多
This Unitarian church dates from 1700 and has most of the original dark wood interior... lots of small pews. There is still the original peep-hole in the door where a member of the congregation would always look-out for the kings men! Worth visiting.