After the hubbub and bustle of Salisbury's market place and old, and some newer shopping streets, its good to get away through one of the 3 (?) gates into the close.
The high street gate is the one facing the town, but St Ann's gate is where many buses drop off and has several plaques to tell of the people that occupied houses / got burnt at the stake etc
Its good to walk around the close and see the different styles of architecture, or visit one of the small museums and houses on offer.
Alternatively the keen observers among you might notice an 11th Century cathedral, started during the reign of King John, and apparently (originally) built on a swamp. The most glorious building . . . .just lovely . . . . .and mostly cleaned now.
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