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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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Having always heard about the Salisbury Cathedral, I was thrilled to visit. Not only ar the grounds lovely but the city surrounding is well organized for a walking visit. Lovely way to spend half a day!

Thank Linda M
Reviewed yesterday

We had a wonderful morning walking around the Cathedral Close before going into the cathedral. After paying the "donation" we asked for a volunteer guide. We were blessed by a wonderful guide, Lisa, who spent about 11/2 hours taking us around the cathedral and Chapter...More

Thank Angela M
Reviewed yesterday

This cathedral is beautiful from the outside bu5 a little disappointing once you get in. It’s good that there is a suggested donation rather than an entrance fee.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Is truly a magnificent cathedral with many records. First, I find astonishing, is that, the building of this magnificent cathedral was completed in only 38 years in the early 13th century. The faboulous spire was added in 1310 and is the highest in England at...More

Thank rayrest
Reviewed yesterday

It is a rare man who can capture and maintain the attentions of 10 teenagers (and the 2 adults with them) for the better part of two hours, but with biting wit, good humour, and unpretentious panache, Rodney led us around through the eaves and...More

Thank Alex C
Reviewed yesterday

Built in 1200s, this majestic and historic cathedral draws you in its beauty. There is not a compulsory entry charge to the cathedral. Its unusual tall and narrow nave is impressive. it is also home to the largest cloister and the largest cathedral close in...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Did you know this is the only cathedral in Europe that is build on such solid ground that is has not cracked or tilted since it was built? There is so much to learn about these ancient sited and Salisbury Cathedral does a splendid job...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We only had an hour and stopped in for a quick walk through. The key highlights which will entice us back are: a wonderful model which describes how the cathedral was built almost 1,000 years ago, including showing how the various trades were likely organized...More

Thank Russell860
Reviewed 2 days ago

The cathedral is imposing and lovely. We attended evensong, which I recommend if your are there. We sat behind the choir as they sang the hymns. It was moving. And then we were able to see the best of the four extant copies of the...More

Thank tag0707
Reviewed 2 days ago

The interior space in the cathedral is awe inspiring. The magna carta is neat to see, it was much smaller than I expected but still great to look at. Don't miss the battle flags hung on the sides of the cathedral which were really interesting...More

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UselessArthur
14 September 2018|
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You might be unlucky to encounter some “muddy slush” which would usually be off-putting, but as you are from Moscow and well used to cold, damp weather, this shouldn’t mean you’d have to cut your visit to Salisbury unusually... More
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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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