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The building incorporates parts of a C!2 abbey and is full of history. In addition there is a magnificent C19 nave and beautiful stained glass. Entry is free and the volunteers are friendly and helpful.
Sadly, no Choral Evensong on the day we visited. A warm welcome as soon as we arrived, and a marvellous stroll around this beautiful working building. Lit a candle for my Dad, and was happy to make a (gift aided) donation to the running.
Just a few minutes walk from busy Broad Quay, Bristol is lucky to have a stunning example of an English cathedral.The fact that the vaulted ceilings of the nave, aisles and choir are the same height (apparently called a medieval hall church) really makes it...More
We didn't have a lot of time here but we were made very welcome at the door. Entry is free- you can give a donation.
Steeped in history and design is very interesting. Only 5 minutes from the city centre.
Waiting to meet friends and had half an hour to spare so popped into the Cathedral and so pleased that we did. Beautiful architecture and interesting information to read dotted around. We also had the pleasure of hearing the choir practising. There are information leaflets...More
Excellent uplifting worship on the Feast of the Epiphany. Wonderful music, excellent sermon from the Dean, the worship led with awe and reverence in the surroundings of this magnificent building. The metanarrative of our salvation and the salvation of creation encompassed in worship - wonderful....More