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We visited here after visiting Arundel Castle, it is free entry into the Cathedral, there are pieces of information about the Cathedral which is interesting, you are allowed to take photo’s, overall a pretty Cathedral to look at, donations can be made towards the upkeep...More
Sat at the top of a serious hill the Cathedral is a fine reward for the climb you've just completed. A fairly standard layout the Cathedral is a peaceful pace to spend some time. Impressive stained glass and beautifully carved Stations of the Cross this...More
Love the wonderful stained glass, very impressive. It locates at the hill, calm and peace. Those status are great and you would really sit down and breathe well. Some exhibitions are there more about WWI, and "First World War Silhouettes". It led us know more...More
Well worth a visit - Arundel Cathedral is Roman Catholic designed by Joseph Hanson in the Gothic Revival Style erected between 1868 - 1873 originally built as a parish church. In 1965 the building was recognised as a cathedral and became the seat of the...More
If you are visiting Arundel the Cathedral is well worth a visit. It is a beautiful place with amazing acoustics and a fantastic feeling of tranquility when you step inside. The Christmas Service is wonderful as is the Carpet of Flowers both worth seeing at...More
What a change. It was nice NOT to see all the pomp that normally goes with a building of this status. The place was clean and tidy, we particularly liked all the small side chapels and as you would expect the ceilings were wonderful. Well...More