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Reviewed 6 days ago
Trowbridge, United Kingdom
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Market Hall / Chipping Campden - A Beautiful Little Town That Has Avoided Becoming A Tourist Trap

The Market Hall itself is very interesting...400 years old and beautifully constructed. Be sure to... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Springfield, Massachusetts
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Market House High Street, Chipping Campden GL55 6AJ, England
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All reviewshigh streetold marketmiddle of townhistoric buildingselling their waresgreat sitepiece of historylocal produce marketnational trustbygone agefocal pointbits and piecesvisiting chipping campdencotswold stonejames churchstep back in timelovely village
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Ideal subject matter for an enthusiastic photographer. Arches both ends allowing easy framing of town views. The town is the main reason to visit, but this building adds to the experience!

Thank DickyTrowbridge
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Market Hall itself is very interesting...400 years old and beautifully constructed. Be sure to check out the beams that hold up the roof. The town itself is a pleasant stroll...check out Grevel House, built in the 14th century. It's easy to miss (do your...More

Thank FredLikesToTravel
Reviewed 13 July 2018

This ancient building owned by the National Trust is a central point on the Chipping Campden's High Street. It is open to the public and free to enter. Although not large it gives some perspective as to how big the town was at the time...More

Thank Al-Shumba
Reviewed 8 July 2018

This is an historic building (early 1600's) in the center of Chipping Campden, a charming town of yellow stone, shops & restaurants. The market hall was where wool traders made the market. I don't know how it is used these days, but it would be...More

Thank Mme_X
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile

We visited the Market Hall in Chipping Campden on our way to Snowshill Manor and Garden. Lovely little stop and not too far out of our way. Managed to find a parking space on the street a little further up but there is pay and...More

Thank Herta F
Reviewed 2 July 2018

Worth a visit if you are in the area. The old market hall is well preserved and a beautiful piece of history belonging to Chipping Campden.

Thank officepen
Reviewed 1 July 2018

Wonderful old building that was used as a market in the past. It gives you an idea of what the town was like many years ago. Look at the construction of the roof.

Thank 50States36Countries
Reviewed 1 June 2018

Open on all four sides, this old market hall is in the centre of the attractive village of Chipping Campden. It has two pitched roofs and from underneath you can see the old tiles and interwoven supports. Some worn exterior decoration. I didn't spot any...More

Thank David W
Reviewed 1 June 2018

Situated on the high street, this old hall is quite unique. On the Sunday market hides were being sold so we didnt get a close up view, but its worth seeing for its history.

Thank David H
Reviewed 29 May 2018

On the main road in Chipping Camden, the Market Hall is an interesting artifact of the town's famed wool trade.

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