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Royal Tombs, the first round Chapter House, Architecture through the ages, beautiful Norman Crypt. New: Telling the Story -Visit the Crypt Exhibition, explore our interactive touch screens, use our mobile App Trails. Find out about the Cathedral's...more
All reviews king john prince arthur magna carta chapter house well worth a visit stained glass the river bell tower buried here beautiful building older brother resting place christmas tree steeped in history take photos lots of history awe inspiring
I used to visit the cathedral whenever I was in Worcester. Now I live in Worcester and the cathedral is located on my way home from town. I visit at least twice per week and it never fails to amaze me.
Not only is it...More
They loved the cathedral, as did my husband when I first took him. Everything is easy to read, the staff are very friendly and helpful, in December they have an array of differently decorated Christmas trees
The most beautiful setting in Worcester for a wonderful step back in history not only does the Cathedral have a wealth of history but it is set in the wonderful surroundings where you can overlook the river Severn and the Worcestershire County cricket ground where...More
There isn't really much like this up in Manchester, there are a fair few old buildings, but the sheer scale of the cathedral and the care that has went into it boggles the mind. It is a truly wonderful place to visit to get in...More
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Officially no, but there is a "suggested" donation of about £7.00. I didn't officially donate but, as I took lots of photos, I was happy to pay £3.00 for a photography permit and, because I got so much from my visit, I made... More
Officially no, but there is a "suggested" donation of about £7.00. I didn't officially donate but, as I took lots of photos, I was happy to pay £3.00 for a photography permit and, because I got so much from my visit, I made another donation in one of the boxes.