Continuing on down North Street, you pass St Olave’ San Antonio Map Tourist Attractions s Church with thirteenth- and fourteenth-century features, since converted into the SPCK bookshop, San Antonio Map Tourist Attractions and further down on the left is Market House, also known as the Buttermarket. Built by Nash in 1807, and added to in 1900, this superseded the Cross as the venue for market trading in Chichester. Proceed on down to the Cross, and this time turn right into West Street.
The cathedral, with its magnificent spire which is visible from many parts of the city and beyond, now comes into full view on your left. Meanwhile, on your right as you follow West Street, is a row of shops which occupy the site of the former Dolphin & Anchor Hotel, the buildings of which date back to the eighteenth and early nineteenth century. A little further down, past the post office, you reach the Army & Navy, which was once the home of the Oliver Whitby School, built in 1904.