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  • 1 High Street Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. High GB - Lacock SN15 2LG

    The wide High Street leading to the abbey is lined with shops and houses of various styles, heights and designs, some of which date from the 14 and 16C.

  • 2 St Cyriac Interesting

    Religious buildings

    A350 GB - Lacock SN15 2LB

    This Perpendicular church is a "wool church" from the days of Lacock's prosperity as a wool and cloth market in the 14-17C. Distinctive features include the large pinnacled porch, the old bell tower, the early 17C mullion-windowed cottage a..

  • 3 Fox Talbot Museum of Photography Interesting

    Museums and art

    GB - Lacock SN15 2LG

    The museum is housed in a 16C barn at the abbey gate. It is devoted to the achievements of William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877), a pioneer of modern photography, and the work of contemporary photographers.

  • 4 Abbey Interesting

    Religious buildings

    GB - Lacock SN15 2LG

    To the east of the village lies the abbey, founded in the 13C. At the Dissolution of the Monasteries, William Sharington, an ancestor of the Talbot family, acquired the building and converted it into a stately home. The cloisters, sacristy and chapte..

  • 5 West Street & East Street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. West GB - Lacock SN15 2LH

    Old houses and inns are dotted along West Street and East Street (the George Inn or "The Inn" is the oldest inn in the village - 1361).

  • 6 Church Street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Church GB - Lacock SN15 2LB

    Church Street with its old houses and inns (note the 14C Cruck House and the 15C Sign of the Angel Inn) runs parallel to High Street and leads to the old Market Place on the right.

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