Lord Mayor's Chapel

Interesting
St Mark's Chapel was once part of a medieval hospital. The impressive Perpendicular chapel on the right of the narrow north-south nave contains 15-17C tombs. Note the 16C stained-glass window, the mayors' hatchments, the gilded sword rest (1702) and the fine wrought iron gates.

Useful information

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City Hall, College Green

Opening hours

10am-4pm - closed Sun, Mon and Tue

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