Fodor's Expert Review Great Malvern Priory

Great Malvern Religious Building/Site/Shrine

A solidly built early-Norman Benedictine abbey restored in the mid-19th century, the priory dominates the steep streets downtown. The fine glass spans from the 15th century—including a magnificent east window and the vibrantly blue Magnificat window in the north transept—to the beautifully evocative Millennium Windows, installed in 1999. There’s also a splendid set of misericords (the elaborately carved undersides of choir seats).

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Church St.
Great Malvern, Worcestershire  WR14 2AY, England


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