Nine centuries of treasures in the largest Chapel in England

From the tip of its nineteenth-century spire to its Norman foundations, everything about this town centre chapel is dazzling. Light floods from its magnificent windows into the interior. The vividly coloured picture panels to the east depict 32 scenes from the life of Jesus. Monuments from the seventeenth and eighteenth-centuries, some with startlingly lifelike painted figures, celebrate King’s Lynn’s seamen, merchants, mayors and shopkeepers and illustrate the town’s long history as a busy commercial centre and port.

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