A very unusual building - a perpendicular gothic anglican church with an attached chapel which was still catholic in the 30s and new modern additions.
A plan to reorientate the main building which never came to fruition has resulted in an unusual shaped cathedral which is not easy to navigate. Don't miss the basement crypt and columbarium and chapel of the Holy Ghost.
The screen made of swords and bayonets in the St George's chapel is unique.
A fine collection of carved gilded wooden green men in Tudor Shrewsbury chapel.
No charge for entry. No regular guided tours available but simple descriptive leaflets free of charge.
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