The Tribunal in Glastonbury, Somerset, England, was built in the 15th century as a merchant's house. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
The history of the building is not well documented, although the majority of the present stone house was constructed in the 15th century on the site of a 12th-century wooden building. The current front wall was added in the 16th century. It has been used as a merchant's house and possibly a shop and school. It was thought that it was the venue for court proceedings, hence the title Tribunal, however there is no evidence this ever occurred. One of the ground floor rooms still has the window and ceiling panels from the Elizabethan era. The front room upstairs has an arched braced, wooden, truss roof.
Rat Catcher | Jan 4, 2016
Very mellow atmosphere with all of humanity on display. Had a good meal and drink in the George and Pilgrim. Well worth the visit.
Roberto Spelta | Aug 14, 2016
Very cosy and evocative of the mythical Avalon. Do not miss an old canoe.
Tobias | Feb 16, 2013
Very nice even though I'm not totally hippie... Haha nice place to experience and good atmosphere.
Ian Morris | Mar 17, 2018
Simon Griffiths | Jul 20, 2018
Really well laid out and with some wonderful artifacts. Good for 45 mins. Maybe a little overpriced.
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