The dormers were later removed, the building remodelled and the tall 2-light windows with the early plate tracery added. The entrance was altered in the 19th Century to its present position, and the porch added. The roof was renewed in 1873. The Great Hall houses the Bronze statue of Queen Victoria, 1897, which once stood in Abbey Gardens, and is also the home of the World famous Mediaeval Round Table.
The remains of the round tower with it’s sally ports and Guardrobe, and the original City Wall can be seen exposed in the excavated area close by.