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Worcester Cathedral
10A College green
Worcester
Worcestershire

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WORCESTER CATHEDRAL is England's loveliest cathedral, with Royal tombs, medieval cloisters, an ancient crypt and Chapter House, and magnificent Victorian stained glass. The Tower is open 10.30-4pm on Saturdays and school holidays in the summer. Entry is free, donations are welcome.

We have regular exhibitions, concerts and festivals - contact us for details.

We welcome families, groups, and individuals, with refreshments, a gift shop, and disabled access to all facilities and gardens.

We also offer exciting new Conference facilities, with rooms catering for 6-60. There is nearby parking, bus and train stations.

Worcester Cathedral is open daily 7.30am-6pm, with Services three times daily.
Bookable guided tours and group visits.

Burial place of King John , Prince Arthur and Stanley Baldwin .

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Nearest UK Airport: Birmingham
Months Open: Daily 7.30am - 6pm
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Booking essential
Car Parking: Yes - Nearby
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Free - suggested donation £3
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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Guildhall (0.21 miles)

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum (0.24 miles)

Old Palace (0.26 miles)

Greyfriars (0.30 miles)

Birties of Worcester (0.37 miles)

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