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Durham Cathedral has been a place of worship, welcome and hospitality for almost one thousand years. We rely on donations, and we suggest you give £3 per person to support the Cathedral's future. Located at the heart of the Durham UNESCO World...more
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We are life member of the Friends of the Cathedral and have been going there for the last 50 years. Petty, I know, but it does grate when the cathedral guides pounce on you the minute you come in the door. I know they're just...More
You cannot go to Durham without a visit to the cathedral. Attended at Christmas time so attended a carol concert and candle lit procession. It is worth checking what is on at any time of the year and attend the service or event. Staff are...More
Possibly one of the most picturesque cities in the world, with its ancient cathedral with links to Harry Potter, its cobbled streets and photo opportunities around every corner.
Not to mention its a unesco world heritage site as well.
We went to Durham to spend time with my mother's cousin, so it was just a one day quick visit. She took us to Durham Cathedral and it was interesting as well as their museum. We also purchased lunch at a Fish & Chips place...More
Fabulous cathedral - pretty hard to beat this spiritual house of God. Friendly greeting on entrance, nice tea shop but sadly the ‘frosty’ staff in the gift shop let the rest of the cathedral team down. Haughtiness is not relevant in such an ecclesiastic setting...More