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Newcastle Cathedral holds the story of the City in its stones and monuments. Located in the heart of Old Newcastle, it is a medieval church building of architectural interest with a spectacular lantern tower and filled with a superb collection of...more
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We are currently trying to visit all the Cathedrals in England. This was next on our list and a long way from home. We spent a very enjoyable hour or so walking round. Quite a small building and understated (no sign of a refectory) but...More
I wouldn't suggest a detour to see this cathedral but it is pretty all the same. There are descriptions are the artefacts and development plans on show. Free to enter. If you are here make sure to visit The French Quarter restaurant for a glass...More
Looks ;ike a picture postcard traditional cathedral (C of E) on outside - but ismdidme has modern facts and its aim of helping the homeless is to be admired. Wonderful art, sculptures and stained glass. Less than 5 minutes from central station so easily accessible...More
We popped in the cathedral for a look around whilst shopping in Newcastle. It had some beautiful examples if stained glass windows, a small art exhibit on the homeless population as well as information boards throughout. We were lucky to attend on a day the...More
This is otherwise known as the Cathedral Church of St Nicholas. It was one of the unexpected gems that I encountered when visiting Newcastle-upon-Tyne with a couple of local friends. It is an absolutely breath taking experience walking in and seeing the beautiful stained glass...More