Set within acres of lawn and surrounded by historic buildings in its beautiful Close, Salisbury Cathedral has Britain’s tallest spire (123m/404ft), the world’s oldest working clock (1386) and a stunning ‘living water’ font (2008).
Visitors can also explore the roof spaces on a Tower Tour, climbing 332 steps to the base of the spire (height and age restrictions apply) or relax in their Refectory restaurant with a fabulous view of the spire above.
Facilities: Disabled access throughout, their Refectory Restaurant and Bell Tower Tea rooms serve a wide range of food and refreshments. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Parking is available within walking distance in the city.
As a living church they are open 365 days a year – they warmly invite you to join them for one of their services.
Suggested voluntary donation £7.50 adults £6.50 students and senior, children with family groups free.
Photo Credits: © Ash Mills Photography
For further information please visit: http://www.salisburycathedral.org.uk