This beautiful old church is about a 15 minute walk from the city center. Historically, it is the birthplace of Christianity in England. It is pretty small, and not very touristy, which is a nice change from the bustling cathedral. Walking back to the city, you pass St Augustine's abbey (worth visiting) and the old city walls, so it's worth a visit. Admission is free, the visiting hours are limited. Pick up a flier in the front that describes different important bits of the church.
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