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Tickets for events or tours at Salisbury Cathedral are valid for the date and time that they are purchased for.

Salisbury Cathedral Tower Tour

Enjoy spectacular views as you explore the roof spaces and tower with our knowledgeable guides, climbing 332 steps in easy stages by narrow winding spiral staircases to reach the foot of the spire 225 feet above ground level. From here you can see up into the spire through the medieval scaffold, and from the outside you can look over the city and surrounding countryside.

These tours take approximately 90 minutes and are limited to 12 people per trip.  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.

Please note that access to the Cathedral can be limited during special events, please check our closures before you travel.

Ticket includes admission into the Cathedral and Chapter House with Magna Carta.

Available Tickets:
Adult Ticket   £12.50
Child Ticket (7 - 17yrs)   £8.00
Family Ticket (2 adults + 3 children)   £30.00
Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children)   £30.00
Family Ticket (2 adults + 1 child)   £30.00

Organ Recital Tickets

Salisbury Cathedral's Organ Recital Series, performed on the Cathedral's famous Father Willis organ, features one recital a month from April to October at 7.30pm on Wednesday evenings.  2016 recital dates are as follows:

 

20 April - The Alcock Recital - Geoffrey Morgan, Organist, Christchurch Priory

25 May - Andrew Nathsingha, Director of Music, St John's College, Cambridge

22 June - The Jenkinson Recital - Henry Websdale, Organ Scholar, Salisbury Cathedral

27 July - John Challenger, Assistant Director of Music, Salisbury Cathedral

17 August - Tom Winpenny, Asssitant Master of Music, St Albans Cathedral

14 September - Mark Williams, Director of Music, Jesus College, Cambridge

12 October - The Emery Recital - Peter King, Director of Music, Bath Abbey

 

TO ORDER YOUR TICKETS PLEASE NOTE WHICH MONTH THE RECITAL TAKES PLACE IN (SEE ABOVE), THEN SELECT THE CONCERT DATE AND THE QUANTITY OF TICKETS YOU REQUIRE ON THE NEXT SCREEN.

Available Tickets:
Standard Organ Recital Ticket   £9.00
Wheelchair Organ Recital Ticket   £7.50

Two Day Stone Carving Course

Carve a stone of your choice led every step of the way by one of the Cathedral’s own Masons!

Whether you carve a figure, try letter cutting or  carve a design into a plaque, your unique piece will be yours to take home. There will also be the opportunity to take a tower tour at the end of the second day.

Available Tickets:
Adult Ticket   £150.00

The Somme: Trying to make sense of the senseless

Author Allan Mallinson gives the first of a series of three lectures on the Somme and its repercussions then and now as part of the Cathedral’s WW1 commemoration.

Allan is a former soldier, Times historian of the First World War, and author of Too Important for the Generals.

All seats unreserved

Additional WW1 Lecture dates are Thursday 20 October and Wednesday 9 November 2016

Available Tickets:
Entrance Ticket   £7.00

Christian Perspectives on the European Union Debate – how do we decide?

Canon Dr Gary Wilton (until 2013 the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the EU and co-editor of ‘God and the EU’) and Ben Ryan (researcher at Theos the religion and society think tank and author of ‘A Soul for the Union) will help us explore how we might think about the European Union and vote in the European Referendum. Chaired by Canon Guy Wilkinson, previously the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Inter Religious Affairs Adviser.

Available Tickets:
Admits one   Free

The Somme: Can It Be Justified?

Nigel Biggar hosts the second of our WW1 Lectures

Nigel Biggar is Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology at the University of Oxford, author of In Defence of War, and an expert in the Christian tradition of 'just war' reasoning.  Other publications include In Defence of War (Oxford, 2013, 2014) and “Right to Fight”, Scottish Review (January 2015).

All seats unreserved

Our final WW1 lecture will be on Wednesday 9 November 2016: Lecturer Prof Simon Wessely on 'Shellshock versus Cowardice on the Somme: The Life and Death of Private Harry Farr'

Available Tickets:
Entrance Ticket   £7.00

Shellshock versus Cowardice on the Somme: The Life and Death of Private Harry Farr

Professor Sir Simon Wessely hosts the third and final of our WW1 Lectures.   

Professor Wessely is Chair of Psychological Medicine, King's College London.  Director, King's Centre for Military Health Research and President, Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Private Harry Farr was a British soldier executed for alleged cowardice during the Battle of the Somme.  His fate was particularly tragic because he had a history of "shell shock".   After many years, Harry and all the others executed for military offences during the First World War, were finally granted a posthumous pardon.

Private Harry Farr was executed on October 16th 1916.   Professor Wessely was an expert witness and has written and reserched the background to the case.  Things are never quite what they seem!  

Available Tickets:
Entrance Ticket   £7.00

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