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What a fabulous Cathedral - maybe I am biased as I did get married there way way back in 1971. To this day it remains a beautiful Cathedral and one well worth visiting. It has amazing stained glass windows which are things of immense beauty....More
A must for those interested in Victorian Gothic as A. W. Pugin designed the cathedral. When it opened in 1841 it was the first post-Reformation Catholic cathedral in Britain. It has been magnificently restored in recent years which has brought to life the richly decorated...More
We went to hear the Birmingham Bach Choir perform a choral concert, with some readings from the Archbishop of Birmingham interspersed. It was a truly wonderful experience, and musically fabulous, but the architecture on its own would have inspired a sense of awe and wonder....More
St Chad’s is a most wonderful surprise as you enter through its doors. It was a cold dismal day when I visited and going in I felt a warmth rarely felt in Cathedrals. Pugin’s work on this building is wonderful and it is sad that...More
St Chad's is certainly worth a visit.
The inside is very impressive, quite a lot of marble and lovely stain glass windows.
Beautifull carvings, a place not to be missed if in the area. It's across the road from the Snow Hill Holiday Inn, also...More
This Roman Catholic Cathedral is a little away from most of the tourist traffic, and set by a busy road. It looks like a large, old parish church of Gothic style. Inside, the nave is large and attractive, and there are several small chapels. There...More