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Great Coxwell Barn, Faringdon

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  • Definitely worth a stop and short visit if you are passing nearby. Very impressive medieval building.  more »
  • This is in surprisingly good condition, and is an interesting relic of the past. There is little else to do here, and nothing on the inside once you have seen the impressive height of the interior. Wo...  more »
  • Easy to find, nice walking routes. It's a big barn but that's it, don't expect to spend more than 5 minutes looking at it.  more »
  • Magical 13th century barn house😀
  • The Great Coxwell Barn is a national treasure hidden away, off the main tourist track. Yet this amazing building offers a fantastic space to explore. There is plenty of space to park outside (There is no parking on the grounds), admission is 50p but there is no harm in putting in more! My girlfriend and I visited for an afternoon out and were not disappointed. The 900 year old barn stands strong amongst the other farm buildings and surrounding countryside. From the outside this imposing building has so many features. This is a great place to visit as there is loads of space for children to run around and for adults to stroll around. There is a bench next to the pond to sit and take in the building's feature. It is once inside the building that we were in awe of the roof, the wooden beams are so complex and hold up such a large roof. In my opinion this building rivals some of the best churches as an amazing structure.