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All reviews beautiful building fan vaulting the stained glass windows amazing architecture worth a visit lots of history west window old church lovely place choir prayer worship flags donation stonework regiment saxon
Living in Sherborne one tends to take for granted the wonderful buildings that surround us every day.
Sherborne Abbey is an absolute must for any visitor to Dorset. Both internally and externally you wonder in total disbelief as to how they actually constructed buildings of...More
No matter how many times I visit this wonderful church, it never fails to impress. Even on a sad occasion such as a funeral the building adds appropriate weight to the occasion. Not to be missed if you are in the area. We used the...More
Very good fan vaulted ceiling. Beautiful stained glass windows. Lovely organ pipes. This abbey is more akin to a cathedral than most abbeys. Very well maintained, clean and warm even on a very cold December day. Highly recommended.
On the 11/11/2018, 100 years after the end of the great war I along with hundreds of fellow veterans, serving soldiers, cadets and civilians attended the celebrations at the memorial. After the laying up of the wreaths we all made our way into the Abbey...More
It is at this time of year as the dark nights draw in that the Abbey is such a amazing place to visit. The atmosphere and acoustics in this historical building are well worth a visit. There is always a friendly person to welcome you...More
From any and every angle this is a fine building, inside and out. The honey-coloured stone emits a glow, even on a winter's day. Sherbirne is a beautiful town and the Abbey Church is its finest treasure.
A magnificent building with lots of spectacular buildings around the outside connected with the abbey is a beautiful site and seems to transport you back in time.
Within the abbey itself there are many laminates to explain features of interest.
A beautiful display in preparation...More
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Yes, there is large Car Park called Culverhayes, off Lomg Street or other access from Ludboune Road. Also other Pay And Display behind Half Moon Hotel, and off Trendle Street. There is some roadside parking in streets a... More
Yes, there is large Car Park called Culverhayes, off Lomg Street or other access from Ludboune Road. Also other Pay And Display behind Half Moon Hotel, and off Trendle Street. There is some roadside parking in streets a little further away.