Barley Hall - the Great Hall, Set up for medieval dining, the hearth is the brick area centrally, the smoke exited through the tiles in the roof, the High Table for the master of the house at the end. The Jorvik Viking feast is held here in February, there are regular medieval banquets and it is a wedding venue
The Shambles, arguably the best preserved medieval street in the world. It was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of the Exchequer of William the Conqueror in 1086. Many of the buildings on the street today date back to the late fourteenth and fifteenth century (around 1350-1475).In some sections of the Shambles it is possible to touch both sides of the street with your arms outstretched.
The medieval church of St-Dunstan-in-the-East, London, was bombed during the Blitz and transformed over half a century into a secret romantic overgrown ruin of a park that is rarely discovered, even by Londoners. directions: From Monument tube station cross to the right and walk a few blocks up Eastcheap before turning right into St Mary’s at Hill, a which ends at St Dunstan’s Lane.The pathway winds around to St Dunstan’s Hill where the Enchanted Ruins await. via Enchanted England