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Join us for this fascinating talk by Head Voicer at Harrison & Harrison, Andy Scott, who will give an introduction to the process of ‘voicing’ of our newly restored Father Willis organ.
Sarum Lights is a family friendly, fully immersive light and sound spectacular that explores the rich history of Salisbury Cathedral and the people who have cared for it over the past 800 years.
‘A Token of Love’, Christmas Prayer Tree, will be in the St Lawrence Chapel of the South Transept, an opportunity for you to remember loved ones this Christmas, a special moment to remember and ref
Alabaré's flagship event, The BIG Sleep welcomes those who want to take a stand against homelessness.
Visit the Cathedral's 15th-century library which contains over 10,000 books dating as far back as the 9th century.
Join us for the second of two talks uncovering the story behind our famous ‘Father Willis’ organ revealing how the world of Anthony Trollope’s Barchester really existed in 19th century Salisbury!
Take a backstage tour with an expert guide around our Works Yard, one of only nine English Cathedral works yards in the country.
Our expert guides share the findings from an on-going project recording and interpreting the Cathedral's medieval graffiti.
20 iconic and important pieces of contemporary art by notable artists such as Henry Moore and Grayson Perry, exhibited both inside and outside the Cathedral.
Following an overwhelmingly positive audience reaction to the Autumn tour, this May, ‘Show of Hands’ are returning with a special Spring preview to four of the most iconic and atmospheric venues on
Would you like to have a go at stone masonry under the tutelage of one of our own Cathedral masons?
The Lost Cinema return to Salisbury Cathedral in the Summer. Voting is now taking place on what films you would like to see via their Facebook page.
See and smell over 30,000 stems of blooms and foliage in spectacular floral displays, set in magnificent medieval architecture, in a feast for all the senses!