Although the fascinatng architecture in Tewkesbury is pretty obvious to any visitor, close inspection will often show up detals otherwise overlooked.
It's worth having a good look, and taking the time to wander the backstreets a little. For example, directly opposite the Abbey main entrance a street leads down to an old mill and some lovely old cottages.
There are alleyways to explore too, the remnants of what was once a thriving Medieval town. Try to imagine them as they once were.not very clean, pretty smelly, resounding with the sounds of street-sellers, livestock being brought to market, arguments, barking dogs, children playing..........