Seeing this Cathedral is well worth the trip to Salisbury! Unbelievable bonus to view the best-preserved Magna Carta! The town is cute, so this is a great weekend excursion.
About Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta
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A stunning and most magnicent cathedral. Huge sme lovely fabric collages on display. Entry to see the Magna Carta was free we made a donation to the cathedral of £5 . Well preserved Manuscript very small writing difficult to decipher as its is in old...More
The Cathedral is placed in a position that enables the visitor to appreciate scale. Surrounded by green space means you can step back and take it all in. Inside there are interesting cloisters and many areas of historic interest. The Magna Carta area offers the...More
If you want a central base from which you can explore, the Red Lion is good enough. But don't expect to be staying in the lap of luxury.
Easily accessible and nicely presented. Lots of feeling of space and spirituality, plus the attractions of the font nouveau, oldest working clock and Magna Carta. Do eat at the cafeteria - very decent National Trust type / quality food. Tallest spire in the UK :...More
The cathedral is stunning and the addition of the Magna Carta makes it very special. Good guide leaflets alert you to the main features to look out for. The Revelation tapestries ( a current exhibition) are beautiful. A modern designed for the 750 anniversary is...More
Did not pay to go in the actual cathedral but walked the grounds then went into see the Magna Carta which was on display for free a must for anybody visiting.
Magnificent building! I love this building very much! Only four copies of Magna Carta dating from 1215 have survived the ravages of time and Salisbury Cathedral is proud to be home to the best preserved original manuscript. Elias of Dereham, priest and steward of the...More