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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 yesterday via mobile

We took the free tour given by a knowledgeable guide, very interesting. “Donation” for family of four was 15 pounds. Visited the store afterward which was really nice. Beautiful cathedral.

Thank justmeinsanjose
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The cathedral was lovely from the outside but we both felt that it lacked a certain something inside. It might be the modern stained glass windows, some of which are, frankly, disappointing. It might be the time of day, because there were people moving clothing...More

Thank Slartibartfast3
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wow! I was not prepared for the magnificence of this building in so many ways. it is unique because it is surrounded not by city, but by green lawns. Once inside the expanse is awe inspiring. Do take a guided tour! They are so fascinating!...More

Thank RicOlsen
Reviewed 2 days ago

Despite visiting the UK many times, my wife and I had never been to Salisbury. I was drawn by paintings and drawings of the Cathedral. In fact, the reality is even better. We visited the exterior of the Cathedral during the evening when the sun...More

Thank Bruce J
Reviewed 2 days ago

What an incredible cathedral... and a chance to see the Magna Carta ~ even more incredible. We highly recommend you take the time to visit and enjoy such an amazing cathedral.

Thank PapaK60
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a magnificent cathedral. So much to admire. The location is quite unique. You can see the spire long before you see the town. The close around the cathedral make sure there is a lot of space which really shows the grandness. Come early...More

Thank EllenChr
Reviewed 2 days ago

To see the Magna Carta is just incredible. If you manage to read some of it you’ll be amazed how much is still relevant. The cathedral is wonderful too.

Thank tuckers20172017
Reviewed 3 days ago

Salisbury Cathedral is well worth a visit. We toured it along with Stonehenge and appreciated the lovely, serene place. A copy of the Magna Carta is housed there, although we were there too early in the morning to see it. We did see the oldest...More

Thank OhioLinda
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A place full of history. The buildings are very well preserved. You can find a lot of information available. The sorrounding gardens are a very nice place for a picnic and to chat with all the friendly locals.

Thank Tara Y
Reviewed 3 days ago

This must be the most important part of a trip to Salisbury; the building is breathtakingly beautiful and has various historical artifacts, including the Magna Carta and the world's oldest functioning time piece.

Thank Daniel S
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teacher123abc
11 February 2018|
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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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India122013
14 January 2018|
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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
23 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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