Went to the cathedral for a visit well worth it great parking charge £7 for the day until 2300 lovely cathedral saw the Magna Carta and the tea room us real value for money
About Salisbury Cathedral
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This old Cathedral is a must see when in Salisbury. Gothic style of some excellent quality. Nave is different but full of history and artistic work. The stain glass is art to ponder each for several minutes. Don't miss the choir section. They claim £14,000...More
If there's one Cathedral you want to see make this the one. Not only has it the tallest spire in the UK, but you can climb the 332 steps to the base of the steeple. Hear the bell chime from about 15ft unbelievable .not for...More
We have been here a number of times and it is always amazing to me. It's a beautiful medieval cathedral with really interesting history. I am always impressed to see these places survive hundreds of years and all of the beautiful architecture.
The cathedral is amazing - inside and out. Loads of history, interesting features and beautiful architecture. Even a short visit is worthwhile though longer options can combine with a tour or a visit to the cafe. Definitely one of the top cathedrals in England.
Wonderful setting, nice to walk around. You are charged to enter the cathedral itself but you can see The Magna Carta Room, visit the Refectory & shop all for free. Even when busy, plenty of places to stop and admire the building. Areas to sit....More
Very close to Stonehenge, if you are coming around you should definitely make some time and come here. The cathedral is surrounded by a lovely park so plan some time to stroll and enjoy the beautiful scenario. The cathedral is quite ornate and provides a...More
Wonderful, massive building. Beautiful inside. Makes you wonder how they managed to build something like this all those centuries ago.
So finding ourselves in Salisbury and having a few hours to spare we dived into the Cathedral and possibly at the best time too. They have some delightful people there who offer tours free of charge and we were lucky enough to be given a...More