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All reviews mappa mundi stained glass chained library well worth a visit weeping window lady chapel beautiful building three choirs tower tour coffee shop chain library steeped in history guided tour free entry lovely place city centre cakes
We visited to see preparations for Rememberance Sunday, school children were singing their beautiful songs. Plus their art work tributes were very touching, we found it all so moving! The Cathedral is stunning and well worth a visit at anytime of year. The cafe is...More
If you are visiting Hereford, then this Cathedral is well worth a look.
Free entry, but donations are welcome. Guided tours are available, but you can go around at your own leisure.
The stained glass is superb, with a new window dedicated to the S....More
All I really need to say is Mappa Mundi, Chained Library and Magna Carta and your history buff appetite should be well stimulated. The volunteers on my visit were also very helpful and informative. If history is your thing you will spend quite a bit...More
lovely stained glass old and new .. lots of history ...knowledgable people on hand to show you around ...nice gift shop and cakes ...AND FREE to enter ...walking distance to shops , cafe and town centre ...
This is a beautiful cathedral with free entry which is a bonus because some cathedrals charge an entry fee, I have visited before and found the stained glass memorable. This time we went straight to see the chained library and Mappa Mundi and by the...More
I love the history that is encapsulated in Cathedrals and Hereford Cathedral is no exception. There is a special exhibition (Mappa Mundy), which we didn't see, but there is lots of other things in the Cathedral worth seeing!
An extremely worthwhile visit to this magnificent cathedral. The architecture is breathtaking, partcularly viewed inside. Very friendly and knowlegable staff on hand to explain features or answer queries.Unusually, there is no admission charge to the cathedral - only a donation welcome on leaving. An added...More
As others have commented, we do not offer public parking at all, as space around the cathedral is so limited. If disabled visitors are coming to a special event, they may contact the cathedral office - details on our... More
As others have commented, we do not offer public parking at all, as space around the cathedral is so limited. If disabled visitors are coming to a special event, they may contact the cathedral office - details on our website - and parking spaces can be allocated to them.
Response from ClareS1923 | Property representative |
Yes, it will. The Liturgy of the Passion is quite long - it probably won't finish until well after three o'clock - but once it is over the cathedral will be open until after Evening Prayer which is said at 5.30 pm in the... More
Yes, it will. The Liturgy of the Passion is quite long - it probably won't finish until well after three o'clock - but once it is over the cathedral will be open until after Evening Prayer which is said at 5.30 pm in the Lady Chapel.