The Chapel is actually far more beautiful to look at than the acoustics are. I went with visiting family, and one trick to maximize your experience is to make sure you arrive very early to get seating on the comfy, and much more pimp solid oak middle tier seats. The overflow outside the inner chapel is very uncomfortable, and basically for families. The extra seats inside the chapel that are NOT the central ones are neither comfortable, nor do they have good views of the rituals.
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