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Among the Parapets

Got a head for heights? Fancy a trip up the scaffold at Salisbury Cathedral to see where vital restoration work is taking place?

For a limited time only, Salisbury Cathedral is offering exclusive Among the Parapets tours of the Cathedral scaffolding with our stonemasons. 

The tours cost £300 per group of four – and the good news is that you will be helping the Cathedral Recovery Appeal as you climb. The appeal was launched in June in response to the losses incurred during the recent lockdown and as a result of the current limitations on visitor numbers, both of which have left the Cathedral with a potential budget shortfall of nearly £2m this year.

A unique, 90-minute expert–led experience, which includes a special souvenir photograph, this outdoor tour also takes visitors behind the scenes, up to where the stonemasons are working on the Cathedral’s East end, the oldest and most damaged part of the building.

We regret that children under the age of 7 or anyone under the height of 1.2m cannot participate in these tours due to health and safety regulations

If you have any questions please contact our Development Department by email devadmin@salcath.co.uk 

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Got a head for heights? Fancy a trip up the scaffold at Salisbury Cathedral to see where vital restoration work is taking place?

For a limited time only, Salisbury Cathedral is offering exclusive Among the Parapets tours of the Cathedral scaffolding with our stonemasons. 

The tours cost £300 per group of four – and the good news is that you will be helping the Cathedral Recovery Appeal as you climb. The appeal was launched in June in response to the losses incurred during the recent lockdown and as a result of the current limitations on visitor numbers, both of which have left the Cathedral with a potential budget shortfall of nearly £2m this year.

A unique, 90-minute expert–led experience, which includes a special souvenir photograph, this outdoor tour also takes visitors behind the scenes, up to where the stonemasons are working on the Cathedral’s East end, the oldest and most damaged part of the building.

We regret that children under the age of 7 or anyone under the height of 1.2m cannot participate in these tours due to health and safety regulations

If you have any questions please contact our Development Department by email devadmin@salcath.co.uk