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Vicar's Close is a must to do if you every visit Wells in Somerset, this little cobbled street is tucked away from the Cathedral & Bishops Palace, so make sure you take a look, it's one of the old streets in England.!
A beautiful old street that is still lived in today. Quaint old cottages on a cobbled street accessed by a stone arch or a tiny gateway, it doesn’t take long to look around but it’s worth a visit, I thought it was lovely and it’s...More
If we had not decided to try and walk right round the Cathedral I doubt we would have found this fascinating close.
It looks as if nothing has been altered in hundreds or years and seeing the clergy in their long blue cassocks made you...More
Around the north side of the cathedral you will find Vicar’s Close. It is a street of medieval terraced houses completed in 1363 originally designed as homes for the choir. Some moderation has taken place but it is still the only completely medieval street left...More
So glad my Aunt and Uncle took me to Vicar's Close.... never before seen chimneys at the front of terraced housing.
The houses on the left hand side appeared to be for teaching music, we could hear the various instrument's; pianos, violins and cornet's.