St James's Church
Wren built this massive brick and Portland stone building in 1676. The north and south walls have two rows of stained-glass windows, the lower parts of which are divided into segments, while the upper parts are crowned with a rounded arch. The façade is adorned with a Venetian-style window. Inside the church, the organ chest topped by figures is original, as is the frame of the altarpiece sculpted by Grinling Gibbons and the white marble baptismal font.