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Growing in Christ since AD 604. This is England's second oldest cathedral. We are home to the Textus Roffensis, the only existing copy of the first code of English Law. Dating from 604 AD, this is the second-oldest cathedral in England.
All reviews well worth a visit light a candle beautiful building stained glass tea room high street no charge free admission steeped in history across the road lots of history charles dickens choir donation nave worship evensong
Really enjoyed our visit to the Cathedral, it’s stunning inside, the sun was shining and the stained glass windows were just exquisite, the colours were so vivid and clear.
The highlight for me was the Cathedrals library, here are a beautiful collection of books dating...More
Rochester Cathedral is well worth visiting. The second oldest cathdral in the UK, it was on the pilgimage route to Canterbury in times past. Situated in the middle of the Victorian town, with many literary links to the writer Charles Dickens, and only a very...More
A beautiful Cathedral.
The second oldest and the second smallest in the UK.
The volunteers are willing and helpful.
Well worth the visit and there is no entrance fee. They rely on voluntary donations. Regrettably, for them, they do not feature their Gift Aid envelopes...More
this is a very beautiful ancient cathedral. good to go for some peace in a mad world or to explore. the crypt was closed but maybe they were doing work and the cloisters outside were also closed but in the summer , both of these...More
Visited on a cold damp day. Cathedral is one of the UK’s oldest and is magnificent.
Lovely to have a wander round.
The crypt has been beautifully converted to a cafe and exhibition space although the display was closed on a Saturday afternoon, which seemed...More