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St Mark's, the Lord Mayor's Chapel, Bristol

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  • Sitting on College Green in the centre of Bristol, the Lord Mayor's Chapel is where the great and the good of the city are interred, going back 800 years. Marble statues and plaques commemorating all ...  read more »
  • I actually worked on College Green for a few years in the 1970's but had never visited. This is simply a lovely chapel and if you are visiting College Green, Park Street or the cathedral, pop in here ...  read more »
  • This is simply the most beautiful interior space in Bristol. It's usually closed, so, if it's open, go in. My only complaint is how insensitive the interpretation is - everything, and I mean everythin...  read more »
  • Interesting historical site. A lot of the fixtures and fittings from its 800+ year history are still in place. The footprint of the chapel shows how its built into the hill that the cathedral, and the choir school were built on and all the wine cellars (such as Harvey's) were built into. I found the people looking after the chapel knew a lot of the interesting development of the docks in the centre ( many of which have been filled in ).
  • Opening times: 10am to 4pm, Wednesday to Saturday; may be closed at lunchtime. These opening times were displayed on the front of the chapel in January 2012. I don't think it often closes at lunchtimes.
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