All Saints' Church

sights / Religious

Lonely Planet review

Constructed after the 1675 fire, All Saints' Church owes an obvious debt to the churches built by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London, with an ornate barrel-vaulted ceiling and dark-wood organ and reredos. For more fine architecture, take a peek at the handsome Sessions House (containing the tourist office) and the Guildhall on George Row.