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I would love to live here. Regular events take place in the close. Great place for picnics in good weather. Leave by the East gate to discover interesting architecture around St. Anne's Street. Leave by the South gate to see more architectural beauties. The close...More
Around the Cathedral there are a number of important places to visit as well, The Salisbury museum tends to show things about the plains, the rocks, the bowls found out there, etc.
It also has a good selection of books to buy and covers the...More
Such a peaceful place, we spent a good couple of hours just sitting, not even saying a word, we just felt a pervasive sense of peace here, doubtless the result of so many good prayers and positive thoughts.
The Close in lovely Salisbury reminds me of a giant less intimate version of an Italian piazza, English village green or New York Central Park Common. Here folks walk, sit and stand on display and soaking it all in. It is conducive to every mood...More
It may be busy at times, there may be far too many tourists or school children at times for some people, but there is always a place where you can find time to sit and reflect on the majestic beauty of the cathedral and the...More
Go early in the morning about 9 am before the tour buses arrive to fully experience this wonderful precinct. It is easy to while away an hour wandering around Chorister's Close and Cathedral Close just soaking up the atmosphere, with friendly locals walking their dogs...More