The King's House, Salisbury

The King's House, Salisbury The King’s House is a Grade I listed building in Salisbury Cathedral Close, Wiltshire, England. Since 1981 it has accommodated the Salisbury Museum and associated galleries.13th–14th centuryThe house was referred to as the “Court of the Abbott of Sherborne” in 13th-century documents.

The Abbot of Sherborne Abbey used this house as his prebendal residence in Salisbury prior to 1539 when Sherborne Abbey was decommissioned during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. At that time the house was known as Sherborne Palace.The administration of estates of religious houses seized in the Reformation was carried out by the Augmentation Court both this office and the Dean and Chapter of Sa

The Abbot of Sherborne Abbey used this house as his prebendal residence in Salisbury prior to 1539 when Sherborne Abbey was decommissioned during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. At that time the house was known as Sherborne Palace.The administration of estates of religious houses seized in the Reformation was carried out by the Augmentation Court both this office and the Dean and Chapter of Sa

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Wednesday 10am - 4pm
Thursday 10am - 4pm
Friday 10am - 4pm
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Sunday 12pm - 4pm

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