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Rochester Cathedral

Now closed
Rochester Cathedral is England’s second-oldest cathedral with a rich history dating back to 604. Originally founded as a Benedictine monastery, the Grade I listed building dates mostly from the Norman period and it an excellent example of the architectural style of this period.
Free

Wakefield Cathedral

Now closed
Wakefield Cathedral is a relatively small cathedral with a history going back to the 11th century, although the current church dates mostly from the 15th century. It boasts a beautiful interior plus Yorkshire’s tallest church spire.
Free

Chantry Chapel of St Mary the Virgin

The Chantry Chapel of St Mary the Virgin (also known as Wakefield Chantry Chapel) is a small church on the 14th-century Chantry Bridge. The chapel is the oldest of England’s surviving bridge chapels.

Kirkstall Abbey

Now closed
Kirkstall Abbey is a 12th-century Cistercian monastery in a suburban area around 5km (3 miles) northwest of Leeds city centre. The abbey ruins are surrounded by parkland backing onto the River Aire.
Free

Leeds Minster

Now closed
Leeds Minster, also known as the Minster and Parish Church of St Peter-at-Leeds, is a large Anglican church at the southeastern corner of the city centre.
Free

Leeds Cathedral

The Neo-gothic Leeds Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of St Anne or St Anne’s Cathedral, is a Catholic cathedral in Leeds city centre.
Free

Heptonstall

OPEN 24h
Heptonstall is a small village just a short walk from the centre of Hebden Bridge. It is a popular excursion for visitors to Hebden Bridge.
Free

St Mary’s Church

Now closed
The Collegiate Church of St Mary, also known as St Mary’s Church, is a parish church in the centre of Warwick that dates from Norman times.
To £5

Holy Trinity Church

Now closed
The 800-year-old Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon is where William Shakespeare was baptised, where he worshipped and it is where he is buried.
Price £4

Guild Chapel

Now closed
The Guild Chapel of the Holy Cross is a 13th-century chapel opposite Shakespeare’s New Place in Stratford-upon-Avon. The chapel is best known for its medieval wall paintings and for its connection with Shakespeare’s family.
Free

St Peter’s Church

The Grade I-listed St Peter’s Church dates from the 14th century but it has been considerably altered over the years.
Free

St Cyriac’s Church

Now closed
St Cyriac’s Church in Lacock is a lovely spot to take a look at while wandering around Lacock. The 14th-century church is believed to have been built on the site of an earlier Saxon church and it was substantially rebuilt in the 15th century. Additional renovations to the church have been made in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Free

Saxon Church of St Laurence

10.00 am - 6.00 pm
Rated 5 out of 5
The Saxon Church of St Laurence (also known as St Laurence’s Church or simply, the Saxon Church) is one of the best-preserved Anglo-Saxon churches in England and it provides a great insight into English architecture prior to the Norman Conquest.
15

St Thomas’ Church

Now closed
The 800-year-old St Thomas’ Church in Salisbury’s town centre was built in 1219 to serve workers on Salisbury Cathedral, however, the bulk of the current church dates from the 15th century.
Free

Church of St Mary and St Nicholas

Now closed
The Church of St Mary and St Nicholas in Wilton was built in the 19th century in the Italian Romanesque style with Byzantine influences. The Grade I-listed building features Europe’s oldest stained glass (dating from the 12th and 13th centuries) as well as 2nd-century marble columns.
Free

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

8.00 am - 6.00 pm
Liverpool’s Catholic cathedral is very different compared to most other English cathedrals. It is a modern building vaguely resembling a spacecraft (or a teepee) and it was only consecrated in 1967.
To £3

St Mary’s Parish Church

Now closed
The 900-year-old St Mary’s Parish Church in Rye is a major landmark in Rye’s old town centre and it offers lovely views from the top of its tower.
Free

Durham Cathedral

8.00 am - 5.30 pm
Durham’s exquisite 12th-century cathedral has been compared with cathedrals in Chartres, Cologne and Salzburg making it one of Europe’s great religious buildings.
From £3 To £7.50
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