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COLIN Y wrote a review Oct 2019
King's Lynn, United Kingdom603 contributions225 helpful votes
This a truly lovely old building and it is set in a glorious setting and is well looked after by everyone in the area
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Date of experience: September 2019
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kew1945@aol.com wrote a review Oct 2019
110 contributions21 helpful votes
We started a two hour guided tour of Lynn from the grounds of the Chapel and being taken inside before we set off we had the history of the building and its people in this part of the town explained to us. Beautiful carved angels and stained glass windows are a highlight of the interior of this spacious building. Daniel Defoe wisited in the 1720s and here are floor slabs to a Cruso family; one being Robinson Cruso and we wondered if he visited on a Friday?
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Kate L wrote a review Oct 2019
Worcester, United Kingdom184 contributions23 helpful votes
The Chapel is old and has some interesting features such as the ceiling angels. There are some interesting things to look out for around the church and the lady who greeted me was very enthusiastic. However there was nothing to make it stand out in architectural terms, etc. But worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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sc0ttishdancer1 wrote a review Jul 2019
King's Lynn, United Kingdom28 contributions6 helpful votes
It is a vast space with wonderful Angel beams. Look carefully at them.There are many fascinating memorial tablets, one says 'Universally Lamented', that is what I want on mine! There are interesting carvings to find and a grave marked 'Robinson Crusoe'! Helpful cards available to help you find your way round. Child friendly.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Amethystmum wrote a review Jun 2019
Swindon, United Kingdom22 contributions8 helpful votes
Visited St Nicholas's chapel whilst on a family history trip. Beautiful building - apparently the largest chapel in the country, built to serve the poorer community in the north of Kings Lynn (i.e. my ancestors!). We were met by a lovely lady volunteer who gave us loads of detail about the chapel. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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