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A gorgeous cathedral!

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The Cathedral is Sheffield's oldest building, the ancient heart of a great city, where God has been worshipped for over a thousand years. It has watched Sheffield grow and develop over the centuries, and it tells a story - of great women and men, of...more
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Church Street, Sheffield S1 1HA, England
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Reviewed today

Greeted by a very friendly and quirky gentleman who is obviously very passionate and knowledgeable.....if you have a spare hour well worth a visit ....a quiet downtime from the buzz of the centre ...lit candles for mum and dad

Thank Debbie C
Reviewed 3 days ago

A very beautiful cathedral with lots of little chapels and signs remembering the heroes who fought and died in the Great Wars. A must to see if you are in Sheffield

Thank stendek
Reviewed 4 days ago

I have to admit, not only living in Sheffield in my early years but also being a student here; however I had never been in the Cathedral. Decided to stop with a friend for a cup of tea in their cafe - an excellent choice....More

Thank kaw118
Reviewed 1 week ago

Always try to visit the cathedrals of England when in the area and this one is a little different (if you do not know of its history) to the likes of Canterbury - Winchester etc. Well worth a visit with plenty of staff on hand...More

Thank Eric B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Impressive cathedral with its own tram stop just outside. The lantern tower was very impressive and the many chapels dotted around (and beneath) are amazing. My favourite part was the nativity made from Sheffield steel, great design.

Thank SteveS1970
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

As a long time resident of Sheffield I am ashamed to say I have never been to the cathedral to look round as opposed to attending a service. I was amazed to find out how old parts of the building are and the history. It...More

1  Thank Martin C
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Was really impressed by this cathedral. There was so much to enjoy- the beautiful, light-filled space, the stunning stained glass, the great exhibition at the back with the history of the cathedral (plus audio of the choir etc). There are lots of people to welcome...More

2  Thank AlexSwallow
Reviewed 15 June 2018

I stopped in in a tour of Sheffield. I was amazed at the stained glass in the cathedral. There appeared to be different color saturation levels which could have been from different times the glass was put in.

Thank Rich G
Reviewed 10 June 2018

Well worth a visit and easily accessed from the city centre. Beautiful architecture and windows. The Shrewsbury Chapel was interesting and poignant.

Thank gelvisblue
Reviewed 14 May 2018

This cathedral has a large area of grass in front of it. It is full of surprises. The large and beautiful West window greets you on entry, but it is no longer in the West wall! The cathedral has a very unusual shape. It was...More

Thank Paul S
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I went in for book and didn't look at the jewellery
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