The Butterwalk


Overview

The covered pavement arcade known as Butterwalk was built in Tudor times to protect dairy stalls from the weather, whilst the covered Poultry Walk opposite sheltered poultry stalls. Here you will find the 16th-century Bogan House is the Totnes Fashion and Textiles Museum.


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