In Frome

Here you can find places of interest within Frome.

Archangel

The Archangel dates back as far as the Domesday Book and was first recorded as an inn in 1311. The listed building now boasts …

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 Museum

*Frome Museum is currently closed for refurbishment. They will be reopening on Tuesday 12th March.* Frome Museum is located in the centre of the …

The Blue Boar

Situated in the centre of Frome, The Blue Boar is a family-friendly pub with a warm welcoming atmosphere. Dating back to the 17th century, the …

The Three Swans

The Three Swans is one of the oldest pubs in Frome and provides the perfect spot to enjoy a drink or two, homemade snacks, …

Catherine Hill

One of Frome’s main shopping streets. Here you will find something different: classic gifts, stylish clothes and accessories, ceramics, haberdashery, art galleries, great cafes, …

Cheap Street

Cheap Street is Frome’s pride and joy and one of our 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 …

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

Frome Town Hall houses Frome Town Council and Information Centre. Please come see us if you would like to know more about what to …

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 hill from the town …

St Catherine’s

Traditionally referred to as Frome’s Artisan Quarter, St Catherine’s consists of Catherine Hill, Palmer Street, Paul Street, Stony Street and the lower part of …

Dore and Rees

Established in Frome in 1868, Dore & Rees has a longstanding and cherished position in Somerset and the South West.  Having built up a …

Frome Dissenters’ Cemetery

Frome Dissenters’ Cemetery is a place of contemplation and memories on the outskirts of the town, with a history stretching back more than a …