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Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta

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Discover nearly 800 years of history, including Britain's tallest spire, the world's best preserved original Magna Carta 1215 and Europe's oldest working clock, on a free tour with one of our knowledgable volunteer guides. Built between 1220 and...more
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6 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EF, England
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Reviewed 18 August 2011

What can be said about Salisbury Cathedral that hasn't already been said? It's stunning, to say the least. I first visited in May of 2000, then found myself snowed in this past December, 2010. We were fortunate to be there on the night of the...More

Thank TWolter
Reviewed 17 August 2011

The Tower Tour was an extra activity which we found very interesting. The guide gave the small group of us information about the tower in a friendly but factual manner. The pace of the climb was gradual (not for the faint-hearted) and the views from...More

Thank FNutburn
Reviewed 15 August 2011

The cathedral is a Gothic wonder. It's tower dominates the landscape for miles and it's Gothic nave is immense. This is also where one of the original copies of the Magna Carta is located. Highly recommended. ~Rich

Thank ernrich
Reviewed 7 August 2011

Cathedrals can be a bit dull but Salisbury looks great and is full of history. From the moment you see it from a distance coming into Salisbury you start to understand the impact a building like this must have had in Medieval times. This is...More

Thank Andy_Parsons
Reviewed 5 August 2011

The Cathedral was wonderful. We had a wonderful tour guide who made sure we got to see the Magna Carta even though it was very close to closing time.

Thank asnydie
Reviewed 19 July 2011

The poet George Herbert, who was a parish priest in a nearby village, would cross the bog each evening in response to the bells pealing from the tall tower to attend Evensong. As you approach the cathedral from its unusually vast green, you can put...More

Thank kansas57
Reviewed 10 July 2011

Salisbury is a lovely place to visit - and the Cathedral has to be its a main attraction. We paid full asking price - I note a previous reviewer has pointed out that you are NOT obliged to pay this - so you can take...More

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Reviewed 3 July 2011

We made a special point to travel to this cathedral and admire its construction and history. The surrounding grounds are beautiful. We had great weather for our visit and stopped for tea in the village. We took a walk along the river as well. The...More

Thank queenofbelize
Reviewed 27 June 2011

Salisbury Cathedral is absolutely amazing, inside and out. You must take time to walk around the entire outside of the Cathedral as well as inside. The history of the building is fascinating and it's well worth listening to the audio guide and speaking to those...More

Thank AshleyW3
Reviewed 28 May 2011

After entering, I first visited the Cloisters courtyard - in the morning light, it just took my breath away. Then I entered the Cathedral proper, into the Admissions area. There is no fee, but you are asked to make a donation. The docents inside gave...More

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UselessArthur
13 September 2018|
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You can always come back the next day for a short time
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Response from Skeney57 | Reviewed this property |
teacher12, Yep , London to Salisbury is about a 2 hour trip by Train and is directly West of London ! Driving in the UK , especially London is Worse then LA !! Trust me I have done both ! The British rail system is really... More
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Response from Ch0rister | Property representative |
Sunday is an important day of worship here so access to some areas of the Cathedral is restricted to general visitors during services. We warmly invite you to attend a service to see the Cathedral in all its glory - Sunday... More
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kdstevenson
22 October 2017|
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Response from Ch0rister | Property representative |
We are about 4/5ths of the way through our programme to restore parts of the Cathedral that need repair so there is still some scaffolding on the East end of the building. That said, the Cathedral is pretty big so depending... More
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Response from AndrewCyclist | Reviewed this property |
Best check their website for the Sunday hours and any restrictions due to Services.
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