St Mary's Church
A staircase of 199 steps leads from the town to this romanesque church that shares the clifftop with the abbey. Several changes made under the Stuarts and during the Georgian period have created a charming mixture of white galleries, stalls and columns that are as colourful as a stick of barley sugar. But the most interesting part is the three-bridged pulpit. The cemetery has a monument devoted to the poet Caedmon.
Adresse :West Cliff
summer: 10am-4pm; winter: 10am-3pm
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