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Growing in Christ since AD 604. This is England's second oldest cathedral. We are home to the Textus Roffensis, the only existing copy of the first code of English Law. Dating from 604 AD, this is the second-oldest cathedral in England.
All reviews well worth a visit beautiful building stained glass tea room high street no charge free admission steeped in history across the road lots of history charles dickens choir donation nave worship evensong prayer
Rochester Cathedral is such an interesting place to visit. It is full of history and has lots of information to read and learn about it's past. Even though it is a very popular tourist attraction in the area you ca always find a quiet space...More
Wisdom Hospice - Lights for Love Remberance Service at Rochester Cathedral
Another very special remembrance service for all of those who are sadly no longer we us.
Thank you to Rochester Cathedral for allowing this anual event to take place.
Please donate and spare any...More
A lovely piece of historic England such an old castle and so central to such a beautiful town. I came here with my family and even though there were events going on in the castle park I still got a good chance to have a...More
We visited on the day the choir were rehearsing for a concert that evening. It was a privilege to be able to sit there and listen to the amazing choir and musicians practicing. The sound within the cathedral was absolutely incredible and added to the...More
I visited Rochester Cathedral on a Sunday Morning intending to coincide with a service. I found the whole service engaging and noted people of all ages were in the congregation. The clergy and choir were situated next to the congregation so you felt part of...More
As we entered by the North door, a lady guide came over and introduced herself. The very knowledgeable and warm lady gave us an introduction to the 2004 mural just by the door and alos pointed to other features of the cathedral she thought we...More