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Fifteen centuries of English history lie behind the magnificent Cathedral you see today. It stands at the heart of historic Winchester, once the seat of Anglo-Saxon and Norman royal power, on the site of an early Christian church. Begun in 1079, the...more
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We arrived in time for a guided tour - part of the price. our guide was informative, amusing and the length of the tour was just right. A beautiful cathedral. Jane Austin's grave and at the moment the Winchester Bible is on display. There is...More
Visited here on a weekend away on my own to see all of the local sights.
Attended a small and intimate Saturday morning service that was held in a side chapel. I was welcomed with open arms and looked after by a very friendly lady...More
What a beautiful cathedral with a very reasonable visiting charge (and ticket valued for one year).
We decided to do the roof top tour which was amazing. Please note: the steps up to the top are very narrow indeed but if I can do it...More
Visited Winchester Cathedral on a Sunday in March 2019.
This Cathedral is very beautiful inside and out. It usually cost £8.50 per adult for entry which includes a tour ( i believe, we did not do the tour). If you visit on a Sunday as...More
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We did not need to go inside the Refectory as there was plenty of seating, and cover, outside as well as dog bowls. We took it in turns to go into the cathedral so best to give them a call and ask. I know some churches are... More
We did not need to go inside the Refectory as there was plenty of seating, and cover, outside as well as dog bowls. We took it in turns to go into the cathedral so best to give them a call and ask. I know some churches are happy to let God's creatures in while others are concerned that they might disturb the peace.