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Dorchester Abbey is a significant historic building, having been a place of worship, witness and pilgrimage for more than a millennium. It has a unique C13th sculptural stained glass Jesse Window, an C11th lead font and C14th wall paintings. A...more
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High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames OX10 7HH, England
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The church is beautiful and very big! Lots to learn about, including a small museum in the old Grammar School building next to the Abbey. There is currently an exhibition on called Lights which was also quite interesting and very pretty.
This village church former Abbey is an amazing oasis in an ocean of history that Great Britain is already famous for. The Abbey first founded back in 634 has a long and interesting history and there is a gift shop and museum attached. The Jesse...More
What a visit, an amazingly informative, educational visit to this wonderfully preserved Abbey.
Our guide, Margaret was extremely knowledgeable and provided lots of insight and interesting activities to educate and entertain them.
The Abbey is gorgeous and well preserved.
I won't give away some of...More
We were not expecting to find such a treasure! Arrived late afternoon to town but decided to take a walk! Came across the Museum, probably closing, but were nicely invited to step in by Anne Marie and her husband to visit the small little place...More