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All reviews chapter house beautiful building well worth a visit staffordshire hoard stained glass windows st chad lady chapel awe inspiring civil war steeped in history lots of history on display free entry no charge city centre lovely place coffee shop
If you like the fact that lichfield is the uk's smallest city then vist the cathedral amongst the vastness of it being a monumental building look to the skies while wondering around the hall the architecture is a fantastic bit of engineering to think this...More
I'm not really all that in to cathedrals, but this one is gorgeous inside. I cannot comprehend the construction of such a massive structure centuries ago without the benefit of machinery. The soaring ceiling is breathtaking, and there are many nooks and crannies to explore.
This was a lovely cathedral, the statues on the outside walls, you could spend hours just looking at them. The inside was great and so impressive, excellent stained glasses and an excellent place to visit
My wife and I visited and were delighted to join in a, free, tour. Unfortunately we could only stay for about half of it. John the guide was excellent, unpretentious, and super informative. I was particularly pleased at how he prioritized the tour for our...More
You cannot miss the Cathedral as it dominates the city of Lichfield - well worth a visit - easy to view all the buildings special areas and amazing architecture - the staff where very helpful and knowledgeable and happy to answer any questions etc.
Beautiful cathedral in magnificent surroundings. Grounds and Cathedral are kept beautiful. Very peaceful and do mush history to learn. Volunteer staff were so very helpful and gave us lots of interesting facts. Would return with a more in-depth visit.
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Yes it is misaligned. When part of the cathedral was altered in the 1170s, the north wall of the choir was not built in line with the nave. The thinking is that the rebuilding was started before a nearby chapel was... More
Yes it is misaligned. When part of the cathedral was altered in the 1170s, the north wall of the choir was not built in line with the nave. The thinking is that the rebuilding was started before a nearby chapel was demolished so they were not quite in the right place!!