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Manchester Cathedral has been centre stage in its city’s history for nearly 600 years. In 1421 Henry V signed a royal charter granting permission for a collegiate church to be built. In 1847 a new Manchester diocese was created and this historic...more
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This cathedral is well worth a visit. There is no charge for entry but a small donation is well received. The whole place is beautiful inside and was built over a lengthy period of about 100 years starting in medieval times and dates back to...More
Ok we attended a music concert in the cathedral....... not a venue I was expecting but wow wow wow wow wow
What an amazing place. thank you Manchester cathedral for the hospitality this place is amazing
I’m not religious in anyway but I would a...More
We went in the morning with friends. This place is well preserved. An old very sweet lady that had the role of the guider there approached us and explained almost all the things about the cathedral. You can donate 3£ or more. Or you can...More
The Cathedral dominates the (small) remining part of mediaeval Manchester. It's several centuries old, but restored by the Victorians and again after being badly bombed in World War II. At that time all the stained glass windows were blown out, but the replacements are very...More
The Manchester cathedral is definitely a must see for travelers that appreciate this type of monuments. It is a quite „recent building“ in neo gothic style, Besides the organ and all the extraordinary architecture ( not so high as expected for a cathedral) it is...More
Have seen several gigs here - Magnetic Fields, St Vincent, Laura Marling and now Villagers. A great gig in a really good venue. Pillars are a bit of a nuisance and unlikely to be moved - so stand directly in front of the stage or...More
Response from dympnagould | Property representative |
Thank you for your query. It is a Church of England Cathedral with an exciting and radical history as a church dating back centuries. We welcome visitors of all faiths and none. We also have very friendly Cathedral Guides in... More
Thank you for your query. It is a Church of England Cathedral with an exciting and radical history as a church dating back centuries. We welcome visitors of all faiths and none. We also have very friendly Cathedral Guides in most days who will be more than happy to show you around. Admission is FREE.
Visitor Services Manchester Cathedral.
Response from Manchester_Cathedral | Property representative |
As far as I am aware, Ghostpoet will play at C O L U M N S on 2 May. Tickets are already on sale via AltTickets, however, they are not listed as a confirmed artist on the AltTickets website as yet.