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Beautiful cathedral. Imposing from the outside, set in pretty gardens. Inside is stunning with beautiful stained glass windows and amazing ceilings. Very peaceful inside as you would expect and so worth a visit just to appreciate the workmanship and architecture of the building whether you...More
Having passed this building for many years, we finally had time to go in and have a look.
The vast space is beautiful. The stained glass windows are stunning. If you are lucky enough to see a curator please go and have a chat. They...More
We were in Bury St Edmunds for a day trip, and part of the day had to be taken up by viewing the Cathedral. How the ancients ever managed to carry out works of this nature and on this scale eludes me, the building works,...More
Building is lovely and looks great....that’s as far as it goes. Arrived to be told the Cafe was closed for ‘meet & greet’ but would be open at approx 6.45 and for sure at the interval. 6.45 no it’s shut and staying that way until...More
Date of experience: December 2018
PRsteds, Public Relations Manager at St. Edmundsbury Cathedral, responded to this reviewResponded 24 December 2018
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We are sorry you felt disappointed with aspects of the evening. Our Pilgrims' Kitchen was open at the interval for refreshments as planned and was serving a variety of drinks, starting...More
It takes about 10/15 minutes to walk. There are two routes - either through the town centre or straight along Fornham Road/Northgate Street (more or less in a straight line from the station to Angel Hill, where the Cathedral... More
It takes about 10/15 minutes to walk. There are two routes - either through the town centre or straight along Fornham Road/Northgate Street (more or less in a straight line from the station to Angel Hill, where the Cathedral is located)