Located in the heart of Salisbury, is the church of St Thomas Becket. Becket is a celebrated religious figure due to his martyrdom - many believe he was murdered by King Henry II, for standing up for the church in disagreements with the crown.
It's worth visiting this 800-year old church to take a look at the 'Doom' painting above the chancel arch, perhaps St Thomas's most famous single feature. This painting was uncovered and restored in 1881, and has since had a complete restoration in 2019 - making it stable and fresh.
If you want to learn about the history of this building during your visit, click to head to the website for access to the mobile phone guide.
Concessions: Free entry