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The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
Magnificent inside and out. Never tire of standing outside and looking at the Kings and wondering on the sheer skill of those many, many workers that must have worked on them for generations.
A must see if you are in the Midlands
The only UK cathedral with 3 spires ("The Ladies of the Vale"), Lichfield Cathedral is a must visit if you find yourself in Lichfield.
There has been a cathedral here since 700 AD - you can sense the history all around. A beautiful space inside...More
we are visiting many cathedrals and this one did not disappoint.
The tour guide was excellent and spent ages telling us details of the buildings which we would otherwise have never have known.
A super place as it exudes history
When we visited they had a moon landing exhibit on. There was a little elevated platform for you to see the moon floor covering, although it was no different to standing on the ground.
They had a hidden heights tour on which we missed by...More
An outing only an hour or so away by car from home in Cheshire has reminded me just how much this country has to offer the traveller.
I have been to Lichfield only once years ago but never to the cathedral. Its famous three spires...More
Beautiful Cathedral but closed the Saturday we visited for a concert rehearsal.
Nothing can be said about it's interior since closure was 12-30 pm until 17-39 pm then a ticket only concert all night. .
100% superb. The lighting effects were fantastic in this wonder cathedral. A great evening with great music
Only issue - 10 minute walk to the nearest toilets. Surely there should be facilities inside the cathedral. Can’t think of ant other church or cathedral that hasn’t...More
Could not understand a single word of the official documentary footage due to sound distortion, screen was out of focus, sound production on all vocals very poor, orchestral pieces better but not perfect. Many people left at half time, we left early into the second...More
Response from sue-chesterton | Reviewed this property |
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!!