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On Friday 25 October the Cathedral Floor will be closed to visitors until 1.15pm. The Chapter House and Magna Carta will be open as normal.
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Join us for a fun family show with a ‘live’ performance by the most magnificent beast that has ever roamed planet Earth – T-rex!
Climb 332 steps through the Cathedral’s secret roof spaces to the base of the spire and admire the view of Salisbury’s magical lights from above.
Take a backstage tour with an expert guide around our Works Yard, one of only nine English Cathedral works yards in the country.
Come and join the Youth and Schools team of The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion as we get hands on with some fossils, and chat with them about why they
As part of the Jurassic Weekend, on show throughout, Salisbury Museum have brought some of their Jurassic and Cretaceous collection ou
Join Teach Rex as they deliver a prehistoric insight into the most magnificent beast that has ever roamed planet Earth - let Teach Rex guide you through the evolution of science surrounding the Tyr
This intimate workshop will guide your children through the evolution of science surrounding the Tyrannosaurus Rex and it's anatomy.
This workshop will explore marine and terrestrial geoarchaeology.
See real fossils and learn about the work of the Jurassic Coast Trust.
Visit the Cathedral's 15th-century library which contains over 10,000 books dating as far back as the 9th century.
Join us for a Remembrance-tide concert sung by the entire Cathedral choir - boys, girls and men – conducted by David Halls and accompanied by The Sinfonietta.
Salisbury Musical Society return to Salisbury Cathedral to perform Benjamin Britten: St Nicolas and John Rutter: Magnifica
14.00-15.00 Talk by Dr John Porter on the history and contents of the Gillingham Library accompanied by Salisbury Cathedral assistant librarian Dr Anne Dutton.
MAKE IT A MAGICAL CHRISTMAS
Come explore Salisbury Cathedral after dark and listen to live festive music from The Kate Edgar Singers.
The City of London Sinfonia once again joins the Choir of Salisbury Cathedral under the baton of David Halls for another stirring performance of Handel's masterpiece 'Messiah', with soloists Jennif
Our expert guides share the findings from an on-going project recording and interpreting the Cathedral's medieval graffiti.
Experience the fragrance of thousands of blooms in hundreds of arrangements, set in the splendour of a medieval masterpiece!