The Cathedral was most interesting. At the time of our visit they were rehearsing for a Carol Concert and the whole cathedral was going to be lit by candles.
The Close was calm and well maintained. The cathedral is of course beautiful and the famous Apostles are a wonderful feature. There are organised visits to the took at times which must be great. The staff were welcoming and the shop is well stocked. The cathedral is very large and there is a great deal to see so allow a... More
A magnificent building, steeped in history, containing the 8th Century Lichfield Gospels and Lichfield Angel, with many interesting memorials and Regimental Chapel. Allow plenty of time to look round.
Definitely worth a visit. Attended a service, the sound of the organ was fabulous. The Chapter House containing the history of the 'second oldest book in the country' was very interesting.
Having seen quite a few cathedrals this one was ok. Erasmus darwins house nearby and some nice shops too. I would imagine you only need an hour here tops but very picturesque
Very 'user friendly' place to visit with knowledgeable and helpful staff To see and absorb the history of this building and the events surrounding it need at least one full day more so be prepared!
A beautiful place. We stayed for choral evensong and were treated to a lovely service. The choir were amazing.
Any Cathedral is worth a visit but the location of this one makes it different with Lichfield being so small a city. For the cost of a small donation this is excellent value for money.
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