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The market town of Royston on the border of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire is an interesting place to visit. The town lies west by just a minute and 27 seconds of the Greenwich Meridian. One of the significant landmarks in the town is Roisia’s Cross, located at the crossroads of Ermine Street and Icknield Way. What remains of the monument that existed at the crossroad is the footstone. The town is easily accessible by rail with good connections with the A10 on the north/south route and A505 on the east/west route. Rail connections are on the Kings Cross/Cambridge line. While Royston is a small town, there are bus services that operate throughout the city even though most places are within walking distance.
One of the interesting places to visit is the Royston & District Museum & Art Gallery situated at Lower King Street. The Royal Tapestry at the Museum reflects its history with exhibits depicting scenes from the town’s past. The museum is home to an extensive art collection that includes holdings of paintings and etchings by E. Herbert Whydale. On display is also a magnificent collection of 19th century ceramics and glass, the property of a private collector. You ought to head over to Melbourne Street for a closer look at Royston Cave. The man-made cavern dates back to the 14th century and features an extensive range of wall carvings. Among the significant carvings are representations of the Crucifixion, and several saints such as St. Christopher and St. Katherine. There is a carving believed to be of King David while of particular interest is the carving of two knights on one horse, which is a symbol of the vow of poverty undertaken by the Knights Templar.
Royston has a good selection of pubs and restaurants. Many restaurants are dotted along the famous Kneesworth Street. Indian restaurants that serve authentic curries and tandoori include The Royal Bengal Tandoori Retaurant on High Street. On Baldock Street is another Indian restaurant, Ashiana, while Kneesworth Street has two Indian takeaways – Mughal Kitchen and Massala Indian Takeaway. The Royston Tandoori is another popular takeaway located at George Lane. If you have the urge for fish and chips, head over to the Fish ‘n’ Chich’n on Kneesworth Street or Master Fryer located at Angel Pavement. There’s noodles, momos and everything Chinese at Mulan, also on Kneesworth Street, while Rasa Sayang offers Chinese and Malaysian cuisine as well. You will need to head to High Street to find Rasa Sayang. Pastas and pizzas are on the menu at Palazzo on Kneesworth Street while you can feast on Thai cuisine at the Thai Rack @ Glass House also on the same street. Royston boasts of some of the best watering holes that include Banyers on Melbourne Street, Chequers and Old Bull on High Street, and Old Crown on Baldock Street.
Royston is a market town, so you can expect a good time in terms of shopping. Chapter Five is where you can shop for quality fashion brands. The store is located in Angel Pavement and stocks leading brands that include Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Bench, Esprit, and more. There is a wide range of quality gifts from children’s toys to handmade jewellery and ceramics available at Mia Caro, located in the busy area of High Street.