Museum

MuseumSt Andrew's Church, Rollestone, Wiltshire, SP3 4HF

Only in English

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About the museum

St Andrew’s Church, Rollestone is tiny and picturesque.  Constructed of flint and stone, it stands in a very pretty and peaceful churchyard with a beautiful view of the River Till and the downland on the other side of the river.

The church was built mainly in the 13th century and for 350 years it was owned by the religious crusading order of the Knights Hospitallers.   The church has 15th century windows in the English Gothic Perpendicular style, with very fine stone tracery, a 19th century wooden belfry and inside you will see its original font and there are Jacobean oak pews and Georgian heraldic glass.

Plan your visit

  • Saint Thomas the Martyr, Thomas Lane, Temple, Finzels Reach, Bristol, City of Bristol, West of England, England, BS1 6JG, United Kingdom

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  • Ed McGregor

    5 out of 5 rating 04-22-2021

    Huge thanks to volunteer Matthew Clements for creating this audio guide, and to Rev. Eleanor Rance and Mike Badham-Thornhill for contributing to it.

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