Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire

In a tranquil setting on the banks of the River Severn, Worcester Cathedral was founded as a Benedictine monastery in 680AD; though the outer stonework is mostly Victorian following restoration during that era. See the tombs of King John and Prince Arthur, eldest son of Henry VII, admire the soaring arches of the nave and the choir, climb the 235 steps of the narrow spiral staircase to admire the spectacular views from the tower, and visit the nearby Lady Chapel. Join a tour, browse in the gift shop and have refreshments in the Cloisters Café.

Open: Every day 7.30 am-6.00 pm
T: 01905 732900    All information correct at the time of writing

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