Winchester Palace was once one of the largest and most important buildings in all of medieval London.
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Built in the early 13th century as a home to the powerful Bishops of Winchester, the palace was mostly destroyed by fire in 1814. Today visitors can see the impressive architecture of the remaining walls of the Great Hall, including a magnificent rose window that adorns the west gable.
Open to view at any time. No access to the interior