Medieval streets

A network of medieval streets, lined with gabled, half-timbered houses dating from the 14C-17C extends between New Street and Market Square. The street names here indicate the trades which once flourished in the town: Fish Row, Butcher Row and Silver Street. In a small square in the centre of Salisbury stands the 15C hexagonal Poultry Cross.

Useful information

Address : 

Silver Street, SP1 Salisbury

Nearby tourist attractions

Harnham Gate
Harnham Gate
The distant south gate leads to De Vaux
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St Ann's and Bishop Gates
St Ann's and Bishop Gates
The gates in the east wall adjoin
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Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury Cathedral
Salisbury Cathedral
Built between 1220 and 1258, Salisbury
1:00
Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum
Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum
King's House, a medieval flint and brick
1:30
The Close
The Close
The Close, spacious and mellow with the
North Gate or High Street Gate
North Gate or High Street Gate
This gate, boasting a statue of Edward
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Harnham Gate
Harnham Gate
The distant south gate leads to De Vaux
0:30
St Ann's and Bishop Gates
St Ann's and Bishop Gates
The gates in the east wall adjoin
0:30
Salisbury Cathedral Salisbury Cathedral
Salisbury Cathedral
Built between 1220 and 1258, Salisbury
1:00
See all