Another huge Cathedral but no less impressive. Worth the short walk to inspect/admire the wonderful architecture and inspect.
I took shelter here during an unexpected thunderstorm and it was a wonderful gothic experience. The place was lit by prayer candles in the various sconces, there were different areas to explore including a secluded prayer chapel which had a very special atmosphere. The cafe is clean, bright and modern with a shop and looked after toilets. It is also... More
I have to declare up front that, notwithstanding the declaration I'll have to sign before this review is accepted, my wife and I do have a kind of relationship to the owner: We are both Roman Catholics. But, hey!, you don't have to be a Catholic to visit this lovely building. After Mass we went out through the narthex and... More
This is a hidden Gem of Norwich very much out of the way for some people but its much bulkier Gothis appearance i think makes it much nicer then Norwich Cathedral and inside is 10 times more stunning then its popular rival! this is the cathedral to see!
As a volunteer at the Cathedral and a member of the congregation I believe that I am unable to write a review. However I must make a correction to the information that appears on the entry for the Cathedral. The "Post Code" shown IS INCORRECT. If you are using a "Sat' Nav' " you will end up at the Diocesan... More
my daughter and i had a lovely time, we visited the polish market then climbed the tower and looked over norwich where the bbc camera sit. My daughter was very young at the time, but the memory will always be there,even though now 16 she loved the building and views
We discovered this lovely building because my husband is very interested in geocaching, and one of the clues led us to this beautiful building. We were amazed by all the different shape and size fossils embedded in the steps leading up to the Cathedral, and on the pillars by the doors. They are so fascinating. The Cathedral itself has a... More
Much, much more interesting that it's protestant sister on the other side of the city, St John's is unfussy & not cluttered with volunteers! The gift shop has just the right amount of catholic tatt to entertain all & the loos are heaven sent! You will love looking around & then crossing over the road to wander back into the... More
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