Medieval streets

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

Useful information

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Silver Street

Nearby tourist attractions

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