I haven't figured out yet why I found it so interesting, when it is basically just a big old building with a large hall upstairs (with a little room off to the side), and then a large cellar-type space downstairs (with a chapel at one end).
But I loved it! Perhaps it's the atmosphere of a building that's changed very little in over 600 years. Maybe it's just that the name and the history of the organisation really capture the imagination. The audio guide is very informative, and makes you notice things that would normally be completely ignored.
I'm very pleased that the ticket allows you to go back again within a year, because I can see myself going there again (and I live over 200 miles away).
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