Worcester Cathedral is a magnificent sight as it rises majestically above the River Severn. Worcester has been the seat of a bishopric since the Seventh Century, and the Cathedral was served by monks until the Reformation. St Oswald and St Wulfstan were among the bishops. Since the Eighteenth Century, the Cathedral has been famous for its part in the annual Three Choirs Festival, the oldest choral festival in existence. Today the Cathedral is the centre of a vibrant community of clergy and laypeople, offering the praises of God each day, serving the city and diocese of Worcester, and attracting visitors from all over the world.
Heritage site, Sacred space
Worcestershire & World War One
- 1 January — 31 December 2016 *on now
Three touch screens and a mobile App tour to download and follow are available for visitors to access covering Woodbine Willie and Worcester
Remembering conflict today.
- Family friendly
Specialist Guided Tours
If you wish to bring a group to Worcester Cathedral, our trained guides can provide general or specialist tours. Tours can be tailored to your requirements, and can include: Cathedral Architecture, the Civil War, the Cathedral Monuments, the stained glass windows, Cathedral Music, The Misericords, Pilgrimages and Famous People (King John, Prince Arthur, Sir Edward Elgar, Sir Stanley Baldwin, Woodbine Willy, The Duke of Hamilton, St Wulfstan and St Oswald, to name but a few.)
How to obtain
The cost of a booked tour of the Cathedral is £4.00 for adults, £3.50 concessions. To request a booking pack for a Tour please fill in the form on our website, or email our booking secretary Jennie Harper on email@example.com.
Group Guided Tours for Young People
Our Education Officer, Sue Adeney will be pleased to discuss and arrange a tour of the Cathedral for children or students of school age. The cost is £1.50 per person.
How to obtain
Contact Sue Adeney on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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