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A cathedral with medieval roots and stunning architecture. A tranquil place with much history and many stories to tell. Take a guided tour and allow plenty of time to read a few of the inscriptions. This would be of interest for the history of the...More
Although much older, this cathedral has been very much restored by the Victorians. A pleasant setting and the 3 spires tower over the town. Although there was a guide around they did not advertise they were there which was a shame. The cathedral suffered a...More
Excellent Art installation of 1800 trees and light shows. The Cathedral has many different tours all year round. Many are in the summer with the Lichfield Festival. However things happening most weeks year round.
Living in lichfield the cathedral is a wonderful place for quiet reflection and contemplation. There are places to sit and gather your thoughts in a safe and welcoming environment.
I always try and support the events put on at the Catherdral, most recently the Peace...More
We had lunch in Litchfield and we were told to visit the 3 spire cathedral! We thought about it! But then just decided to have a wonder. The structure was beautiful, the faces on the statues were in tact and beautifully crafted. Inside was well...More
I made a donation at the reception desk as I entered. Unfortunately, there was a church event taking place and a good deal of the building was roped off to the public. There was a nice atmosphere inside and I enjoyed looking around. The statues...More
This is a truly magnificent building on a site dating back to 700AD. The Norman Cathedral building as it stands dates back to 1330, with fantastic stone carvings on all the exterior walls. It's free to enter (although they ask for a donation) and is...More
On a recent visit to our son in solihull he took us to the City of Lichfield, a bonus was that it was a feastaval weekend too with many continental food and drink stalls lining the streets, the catherderal though was breath taking the structure,...More
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Yes it is misaligned. When part of the cathedral was altered in the 1170s, the north wall of the choir was not built in line with the nave. The thinking is that the rebuilding was started before a nearby chapel was... More
Yes it is misaligned. When part of the cathedral was altered in the 1170s, the north wall of the choir was not built in line with the nave. The thinking is that the rebuilding was started before a nearby chapel was demolished so they were not quite in the right place!!