Welcome to Cathedrals Plus
Engaging visitors in places of Christian worship
Through this website you can view our guide to members of the association. These include Cathedrals, Churches, Abbeys and Shrines in the UK and Ireland. Members' pages in the guide give an outline of basic visitor information consisting of times of opening, how to get there, any charges involved, significant historical and architectural features and times of worship. From there you can go direct to their individual websites which are much more detailed and present real time information. The aim of the association is to help members welcome visitors, so we hope that this site will help you before visiting them. Whilst here, you can also learn more about the association and how to become a member.
Cathedrals Plus has as members Cathedrals and Churches of all denominations who receive significant numbers of visitors and is international in its membership. These include almost all Church of England Cathedrals, together with three of the Roman Catholic Cathedrals: those in London, Norwich and Liverpool. Wesley's Chapel and the Methodist Central Hall are members as are several large Churches and Abbeys throughout England, including Sherborne and Buckfast Abbeys. We are attracting a significant number of parish churches that are keen to develop their visitor welcome and education provision. We also include three of the Irish Cathedrals and St Patrick's Purgatory on Lough Derg, four Welsh cathedrals and St George's Memorial Chapel in Ypres. Find out more about places to visit in our guide or through our interactive map.
Durham Cathedral thrives as a place of worship, welcome and hospitality, inspiring all who come. Recently voted the UK’s Number One Landmark by Trip Advisor users, the Cathedral is cherished for its magnificent Romanesque architecture and incomparable setting at the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With remarkable medieval claustral buildings and magical woodlands and riverbanks, Durham Cathedral is a remarkable place to visit. Free entry.