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Tickets for events or tours at Salisbury Cathedral are valid for the date and time that they are purchased for.
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 (although they can over run) 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.
• Adult Ticket
• Child Ticket (7 - 17yrs) £8.00
• Family Ticket (2 adults + 3 children) £30.00
• Family Ticket (2 adults + 1 child) £30.00
• Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £30.00
Climb 332 steps through the Cathedral’s secret roof spaces to the base of the Cathedral spire to see spectacular views of medieval Salisbury City’s Christmas illuminations at twilight, finishing with cream tea in the Refectory restaurant. Those who want to complete their afternoon by attending Choral Evensong at 5.30pm can then move into the Cathedral.
November and December tours start at 15:15 and in January at 14:30.
• Family Ticket (2 adults + 3 children)
• Child Ticket (7-17 yrs) £11.50
• Adult Ticket £16.00
• Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £45.00
Visit Salisbury Cathedral's 15th Century library and view its precious collections then enjoy a delicious cream tea in the Refectory Restaurant afterwards!
The Library contains over 10,000 books dating as far back as far as 9th Century. During the tour a Cathedral expert will you a range of books specially selected to demonstrate the importance and variety of this unique collection.
Tour starts at 14.00 followed by tea at 15.00.
• Entrance Ticket £22.00
Would you like to have a go at stone masonry under the tutelage of one of our own Cathedral masons? Whether you have little or no experience of the craft of stone carving you will be taken each step of the way on the course, which will be tailored to your needs, by one of the Cathedral’s own Masons.
**Please note on the 2018 stonecarving courses on the 7/8 June, 5/6 July & 2/3 August we will teach you to carve a flower panel.
• Adult Ticket £150.00
New for 2017, our expert guides share the findings from an on-going project recording and interpreting the Cathedral's graffiti. Most of this tour is at floor level but a section of this fascinating journey into the Cathedral's past will involve climbing around 70 steps via a spiral staircase to the highest balcony level (triforium) to view medieval Arabic carpentry markings.
There is also a wonderful opportunity to photograph the Cathedral from the base of the West Window, looking down the full length of the Nave to the East End.
• Adult Ticket
• Child Ticket £8.00
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.
• Standard Organ Recital Ticket
• Wheelchair Organ Recital Ticket £7.50
To mark the 100th Anniversary of The Representation of the People Act 1918 which was passed on 6 February 2018, giving women over the age of 30, who met certain property requirements, the right to vote. Women under the age of 30 had to wait another decade before being enfranchised. Movies Under the Spire will be showing Suffragette.
A drama that tracks the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement, women who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an increasingly brutal State. These women were not primarily from the genteel educated classes, they were working women who had seen peaceful protest achieve nothing. Radicalised and turning to violence as the only route to change, they were willing to lose everything in their fight for equality - their jobs, their homes, their children and their lives. Maud was one such foot soldier. The story of her fight for dignity is as gripping and visceral as any thriller, it is also heart-breaking and inspirational.
Tickets: £10.00 (to inlude nibbles and a hot drink),
Running time approximately 1hour 46 minutes, doors open 18.00.
Bar facilities will be available on the evening.
• Entrance Ticket £10.00
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