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All Saints’ stands opposite the gates of Jesus College in the heart of Cambridge, its pale stone spire a prominent city landmark. It was built in the 1860s to the plans of the famous 19th-century architect G.F. Bodley, and is a triumph of Victorian...more
All Saints' Church blazed brightly but for all too short a time but now the city of Cambridge is blessed with an outstanding piece of social and ecclesiastical history. The main feature is the incredible interior decoration, designed by Bodley and applied by the local...More
We had finished visiting Jesus collage and saw notice boards outside this church saying it was arts and craft .
From the outside its a small pretty urban church with a nondescript brown wooden door but inside ......wow
It's a riot of colour with decorated...More
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The_CCT, Public Relations Manager at All Saints' Church, responded to this reviewResponded 6 August 2018
I am so glad you enjoyed your visit, thank you for taking the time to leave a review. We care for over 350 churches across England, each with their own fascinating history, so hopefully we'll see you again soon.
I've long wanted to see inside this church being a fan of the Pre-Raphaelite and Arts & Crafts movements, but alas have been frustrated here on every visit to Cambridge over the years. Yesterday morning (10/04/18) I had a little more hope having found daily...More
The_CCT, Public Relations Manager at All Saints' Church, responded to this reviewResponded 3 August 2018
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, apologies for the delayed response. I am sorry for the difficulty you have had in accessing Cambridge All Saints', however I am pleased to confirm that the church is now open between 10am...More
It was locked with no direction to the key holder. What a pity as my husband had particularly wanted to view two wall tablets and we had travelled from York.More
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The_CCT, Public Relations Manager at All Saints' Church, responded to this reviewResponded 31 March 2017
I'm so sorry to hear about this disappointment. Could you email me at press[@]thecct.org.uk to let me know when you tried to visit? I will then investigate what happended. If you intend to visit Cambridge again in the future we'd be very pleased...More
Wow! Wonderful Arts&Craft church. William Morris designs. Truly awe inspiring and breathtaking. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Interpretation around the church gives insightful information and hustory.
We found out about this Church by picking up a leaflet at the Tourist Information Office. As soon as I walked in I was blown away by the Arts and Crafts decoration as I've never seen anything like it in a Church. There was a...More
All Saints' is a stunning example of a Victorian Gothic revival church, decorated with Arts & Crafts joy. The church largely went out of use in 1947 so is still very much as it was first built and decorated. The pulpit is a masterpiece, equal...More
This tiny church is part of The Churches Conservation Trust and is easily missed but is well worth a visit. The dominant part to catch the eye is the East Window but there are many interesting items. My favourites are the 2 fonts, one stone...More
I stopped into All Saints Church on a whim, waiting for the gates to open at nearby Jesus College so I could tour their sculptures. I have visited dozens of churches in and around Cambridge and this is a favorite - unique and beautiful!