As I live in Nottingham I often take visitors to Southwell Minister. It is beautiful and I always find something new to admire. I love the chapter house with its green men and animal carving and the remains of a Roman mosaic floor are worth a look. There is also the ruined palace of the Archbishop in the grounds and the impressive Georgian Prebendal houses lining Church Street opposite the minister. After visiting the minister I usually succumb to tea and home-made cake in the refractory which I also highly recommend. The tourist information next door has an interesting display about the modern stained glass windows in the minster. It is lovely to be able to park for free for two hours in the car park opposite (although you do need to get a free ticket from the machine).
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