In Frome

Here you can find places of interest within Frome.

Archangel

The Archangel is located on King Street in Frome. The building now boasts a free-floating glass restaurant where you can dine on sumptuous and …

George Hotel

The George Hotel is located in the heart of Frome. It is a hotel with an excellent reputation for good food, excellent beer and …

Black Swan Arts

A contemporary crafts centre with gallery, craft studios and café. The building also features a vibrant exhibitions programme of contemporary and innovative art and crafts. …

Frome Heritage Museum

Frome Heritage Museum is located in the centre of the town in a historic building. It was built for the Frome Literary and Scientific …

The Old Bath Arms

Enjoy fine dining at The Old Bath Arms – serving home made food from the finest fresh ingredients. Food is served in the comfort of …

The Blue Boar

Centrally situated in the Market Place, The Blue Boar is an old 17th century pub that has now also become available as a bed …

Cheap Street

Cheap Street, located off the Market Place, is one of Frome’s prettiest streets. The street has retained its historic medieval character, with a leat …

Market Place and Boyle Cross Monument

The Market Place stands in the centre of Frome. Many fine 19th century building can be found here, as well as the historic George …

Victoria Park

Frome’s first public park was created and opened around 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. Victoria Park is the most formal of the …

Silk Mill Studios And Galleries

The Silk Mill is an artist studio project and gallery in the centre of the arts destination town of Frome. The gallery hosts exhibitions …

Rook Lane

Rook Lane is a space for art, architecture, performance and education. Rook Lane is home to NVB Architects and the base for Rook Lane …

Frome Town Hall

Recently renovated, Frome Town Hall now houses Frome Town Council and Information Centre. Please come see us if you would like to know more …

Gentle Street

Gentle Street is a narrow and historic street, with many houses dating from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. This interesting, cobbled street provides …

Monmouth Chambers

This house sheltered James Scott, Duke of Monmouth, from 28th-30th June, 1685, when Frome people ‘called him King as confidently as if he had …

Frome Railway Station

Frome railway station designed by T. R. Hannaford, an assistant to I. K. Brunel, and opened on 7 October 1850. = Isambard Kingdom Brunel …

Lion Fountain

This intriguing landmark can be found at the top of King Street, next to St. John’s Church. The fountain is an important part of …

Frome Bridge

The Frome Bridge, besides the best example of Pulteney Bridge in Bath, is one of only two in Britain, the other being in Lincoln, …

Valentine Lamp

The Frome Valentine’s Lamp is located at the top of Catherine Hill and is one of the town’s most romantic landmarks. It is a …

The Blue House

The Blue house was built more than 500 years ago, likely between 1465 and 1485 by William Leversedge. It originally consisted of a hall, …

Christ Church

The church was built to serve the needs of the fast-growing town in the early years of the 19th century, and to take some …

Holy Trinity Church

The Holy Trinity Church is situated in the historic Trinity area of Frome, at the top of Welsh Mill Hill. Built in 1838, this …

St John’s Church

Frome’s large parish church, fitting for a town that was larger than Bath until 1650, lies a short distance up a hill from the …

St Catherine’s

St. Catherine’s in Frome consists of Catherine Hill, Palmer Street, Paul Street, Stony Street and the lower part of Catherine Street. It has been …