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Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury: 44 reviews and 113 photos

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  • Salisbury Cathedral - Salisbury
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  • Salisbury Cathedral - Salisbury
      Salisbury Cathedral
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  • Salisbury Cathedral - Salisbury
      Salisbury Cathedral
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  • Salisbury Cathedral - Salisbury
      Salisbury Cathedral
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Salisbury Cathedral is an archtectural gem. The mighty spire dominates the City and its' exterior is ablaze with the most wonderful carvings you will ever see. Inside you will also find many interesting features, tombs of local dignitories, an Ancient cope chest and the Oldest working clock in Britain. For a small fee you can also view one of the few remaining copies of the Magna carta which is housed in the Cathedral.

We were a little restricted on what we could see during our visit as there was a service on at the time. We were able to see quite a lot though. I especially loved the Cloisters and cloister gardens.

There is no entrance fee as such but there is a suggested donation of 5 per person.

Address: Cathedral Close, Salisbury.
Directions: From London, take the M3 then the A303 and the A345, approximately a 1 - 2 hour drive
Phone: Telephone 01722 555105
Website: http://www.salisburycathedral.org.uk/visit/plan-your-visit

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  • Written May 16, 2011
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