The Bishop’s Palace Gardens #Historical #Cathedral #Gardens #Medieval

The Bishop’s Palace and Gardens sits adjacent to the Wells Cathedral in Somerset. It’s been the home of the Bishops of Bath and Wells for 800 years. It’s now looked after by English heritage and is designated a Grade 1 listed building. It’s been a while since we moved but we visited Wells quite a lot when we lived in Somerset. The gardens are beautiful and the Cathedral very impressive.

Stone archway leading to gardens

This archway leads into the gardens, past a statue of the Pilgrim.

Statue of The Pilgrim, Wells Somerset

A view of the Cathedral from one of the many seating areas

Wells Cathedral

The medieval privy, aptly named ‘the long drop’. Thank good ness for modern conveniences!

Medieval privy

One of several stained glass sculpyures scattered around the grounds.

5 comments

  1. Thank you for the beautiful tour Cathy! It looks like a wonderful place to visit and I love the sculpture of the pilgrim 🧑 Hope you’re having a peaceful weekend and much love to you and Finn from all of us here πŸ€—πŸ’–πŸ• xxx

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    1. Thank you so much, Xenia. Glad you enjoyed it πŸ€— I’m digging deep into the archives. Hope you’re having a lovely weekend too. Much love to you all πŸ•πŸ’–xxx

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