St Thomas's Church
Markets were first held here in 1219, and the square still bustles with traders every Tuesday and Saturday (from 8am to 4pm), when you...
These 90-minute trips leave from the tourist office. There's an 8pm ghost walk on Fridays from May to September.
Haunch of Venison
Featuring wood-panelled snugs, spiral staircases and wonky ceilings, this 14th-century drinking den is packed with atmosphere – and...
Sloping floors, slanting beams and fake pony-hide chairs surround you in this chic eatery, located above the Haunch of Venison pub. The...
Lonely Planet review
This stately church was built for cathedral workmen in 1219 and named after St Thomas Becket. Its most famous feature is the amazing doom painting above the chancel arch, painted in 1475, which depicts Christ on the Day of Judgement, sitting astride a rainbow flanked by visions of Heaven and Hell. On the Hell side, look out for two naked kings, a nude bishop, a miser with his moneybags, and a female alehouse owner – the only person allowed to hang on to her clothes.