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Unitarian Chapel

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St. Saviourgate, York YO1 8NQ England
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Film G wrote a review Aug 2019
New England695 contributions286 helpful votes
Dating from the 1600s, this chapel is a wonderful spot to sit and reflect — or just to sit. When we visited, a pianist was practicing for a concert that evening, and we had a free preview. Your visit might last only 5 minutes, but it’s 5 minutes well spent. A few nice handmade items are for sale off to the front-left, to help with upkeep.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MedEngland wrote a review Jan 2017
England2,306 contributions469 helpful votes
Correctly, this building should be referred to as St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel. Its exterior confirms its Puritanical roots which is maintained in modern times by its devotions and practice. The displays told me a lot about the creation of Alms House throughout York, which is still maintained today through Trusts. In the front of the Chapel is a most amazing tree with a twisted trunk!
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Date of experience: January 2017
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BenNDiana wrote a review Nov 2016
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom32 contributions22 helpful votes
Great to see the original chapel building still standing from the 1600's. The interiors and acoustics are excellent and everyone there was so friendly. Thank you!
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Date of experience: November 2016
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