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All reviews mappa mundi stained glass chained library weeping window well worth a visit lady chapel beautiful building poppy display three choirs tower tour coffee shop chain library steeped in history guided tour free entry nice cafe city centre
It is many years since I have visited. I remember the cathedral being dark and it didn’t look terribly clean inside. On my return today it looks light and clean. The Mappa mundi and changed library now have their own exhibition area. The downside is...More
The cathedral retains its religious heart whilst taking the visitor back through centuries of history. A beautiful peaceful house of God that draws the visitor into the a journey through time. The visit to the Map of Mundi well worth the small entry fee. Enthusiastic...More
We were up in Hereford for a wedding recently and thought we'd have a mosy around Hereford Cathedral. Such a beautiful cathedral! We paid £6 each to see the Mappa Mundi exhibition and the chained library and both were very interesting. I would definitely recommend...More
During a weekend in Worcester we drove up to Hereford for a few hours on the Sunday. Parking was easy and fairly inexpensive just beside the main bridge into town. Although there were plenty of people around the city centre, the majority were walking around...More
We visited today the 6th Feb, we were impressed with the wonderful cathedral which is stunning and the wonderful lunch which we enjoyed with helpful staff, however the whole experience was let down by one person!
Not having time to visit the Mappa of Mundi...More
Date of experience: February 2019
AbbyJ253, Public Relations Manager at Hereford Cathedral, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave this review and highlight your negative experience. We are very disappointed that our visitor welcome was not to the standard we expect and whole heartedly apologise that it spoilt what had otherwise been an enjoyable...More
I have visited many cathedrals, but this is one of the most beautiful. There us so much to see, with lovely stained glass windows, fabulous stone and wood carving, a very atmospheric crypt and beautiful Lady Chapel. The staff were all very warm and welcoming....More
Response from ClareS331 | Property representative |
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.