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Lichfield Cathedral

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Lovely, Peaceful Visit

Visited Lichfield as part of a coach tour, really glad we had time to visit the cathedral, a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Jon068
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
The wonderful Poppy Fields display

This was the second time we have been to the cathedral for a light show and this one was... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
JohnA1943
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Coalville, United Kingdom
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed June 6, 2012 via mobile

Make a day of Litchfield by spending an hour in the cathedral then stroll the streets and check out the street Market.

5  Thank AshbourneIan
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

Cafe and gift shop are rubbish - there's nothing much else on offer unless you are into spiritual enlightenment. Alton Towers is miles better.

6  Thank cfgdfgsdfg
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Reviewed yesterday

Visited Lichfield as part of a coach tour, really glad we had time to visit the cathedral, a beautiful building in a beautiful setting but really needs more time than my wife and I had to do it justice. It was lovely however to light...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

This was the second time we have been to the cathedral for a light show and this one was excellent. It was thought provoking as well as informative and did proud service to those whose lives were lost in the first world war.

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Reviewed 3 days ago

My self and my husband booked tickets costing just £4 to go to the poppy fields . I must say we arrived early and the cues where massive. One of the wardens told us we would be better having a walk round and coming back...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited the cathedral on Friday evening to see the Poppy fields in remembrance with WW1. It was very effective and done so respectfully, it was lovely to see people of all ages taken aback by the powerful impact the projections had. It was well...More

Thank rainbowbirko87
Reviewed 4 days ago

We've been to the Cathedral many times and have always been impressed. However when we went in August for a special Lights display to commemorate the First World War we were very surprised to find them selling alcoholic drinks inside the Cathedral. If someone wants...More

Thank Brian D
Reviewed 5 days ago

some great history, and amazing building. you were able to walk round freely.... it well over an hour to go round

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Reviewed 6 days ago

I have reviewed this Cathedral previously and undoubtedly it must be the number one attraction in Lichfield whether you are religious or not. I visited with friends to see the Son et Lumiere poppy display in which images of millions of Poppies are projected in...More

Thank jrdo5959
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Beautiful display of poppies superimposed onto the inside walls and floor of the cathedral. Well worth a visit but there were some issues however that dampened our visit. We arrived outside the cathedral which was not lit at all, apart from one of the small...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A very moving experience! Even with all the other people around you could feel quite alone . All the staff were helpful and friendly.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Magnificent building.Enjoyed looking round although it was a little spoiled as when we went to visit,there was extensive work going on inside.Scaffolding had been erected and workmen were banging and drilling. Lichfield is a nice quaint town to visit and very clean Worth a visit

Thank Carol N
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Response from sue-chesterton | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is misaligned. When part of the cathedral was altered in the 1170s, the north wall of the choir was not built in line with the nave. The thinking is that the rebuilding was started before a nearby chapel was... More
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It is well worth the visit as cakes and food generally are fantastic. Full facilities exist.
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No, no charge at all, but if you can please leave a small donation, as it would help cathedral.
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