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The Cathedral is free and open to all, whether you wish to join us for worship, for peace and quiet, or to explore our treasure of monuments, ledger stones (we have one of the largest collections in Western Europe) and stained glass. The Cathedral...more
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One of our smaller cathedral churches but also one of which has a lovely atmosphere, from the initial welcome from one of the helpers there to the last look down the aisle before exiting.
The place like most of the city is vibrant and looking...More
Huge cathedral in the center of town is part of the Church of England.It was built in the 14th century, and remodeled several times over the years, but a church has stood on this site for about 1000 years. The interior has monuments to the...More
Heavily altered by the Victorians. An impressive building from the outside: but rather dull inside. Some interesting carvings and memorials: but nothing spectacular. The guide claimed the eagle lectern was one of the oldest in the north - not so sure myself! We visited while...More
What a lovely medieval cathedral with its flag floors, lots of lovely stained glass and large memorials to important people of the time. There is a really unusual carved pulpit. There were plans on display of alterations that are going to be done and I...More
I have been to poorer but also more impressive cathedrals. The exterior, ornate tower though is quite lovely. The 1887 pulpit is gorgeous as is the Madden tomb. The heavy tomb flagstones are impressive as well. It’s free to enter. I spent about 20 minutes...More
This beautiful cathedral is in the heart of Newcastle. The stained glass, both modern and old, is stunning and there is a great feeling of peace in this still in use building. Well worth your time as a visit.