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Such an iconic building, the history seeps into your bones, great to that the renovation work goes ahead at a pace. The areas already cleaned look spectacular.
The nativity crib scene is very moving, l was so happy they allowed us entry to go and...More
I live just five minutes' walk from this wonderful building, so visit quite often. The cathedral is one of the finest medieval buildings in existence, and is magnificent both inside and out. The nave ceiling (currently under repair) is one of the most beautiful gothic...More
Date of experience: November 2018
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Next time you visit, make sure you ask staff or volunteers about the memorial to the 'brave people who stood on the roof during WW II'. It's on the floor just inside the...More
We had a very nice day visiting the cathedral. It is a bit expensive but when you can return at no cost for 12 months, you could get value for money, if you live close enough !! (Which we don’t)
The guides are very friendly...More
Beautiful cathedral and amazing stained glass but a complete hotchpotch of disparate furniture ( 3 types of stacked chairs) and bits of old furniture piled up all over the place in the transepts and crypt plus 2 tea urns and a cleaning machine in the...More
Canterbury Cathedral really does live up to the hype as a beautiful grand gothic edifice, with a very lovely interior. Be mindful that different portions of the church may be closed at times for different services- but make sure to find time to visit the...More
Given it’s role in the Anglican Church I had high expectations. However there are several better looking cathedrals in the UK. Thankfully, because we had a meeting with the Archbishop we didn’t have to pay. Looking back there was a lack of information about the...More
We took the train from St. Pancras for half day visit and then on to Dover for the other half day. The cathedral was similar to many others in Europe. Nevertheless it was beautiful and inspiring. The audio tour was informative and took about an...More