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What to See

So much to see, including Britain’s largest cloisters, tallest spire and biggest Cathedral Close.

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What to See

There is so much to see on a visit to the Cathedral, from beautifully carved monuments and tombs to our famous Father Willis Organ, regular art exhibitions and the world’s oldest working mechanical clock. It is home to the best preserved of only four surviving Magna Carta (AD1215) which is listed on the UNESCO ‘Memory of the World’ register. Marvel at Britain’s tallest spire which weighs 6,500 tons, and take a stroll around the 80-acre Cathedral Close – the largest in Britain.

Floor Plan

The key features of the Cathedral can be seen in this Floor Plan map. Please click on it to enlarge, or download at the bottom of the page.

Floor plan map of Salisbury Cathedral

 

How to see the Cathedral

There are different ways to see the Cathedral:

  • pick up a free guide map, available in 15 languages
  • buy a more detailed guide book from the Welcome Desk or Gift Shop
  • join one of the free floor tours which take place throughout the day
  • book a ticketed tour, the most popular being the Tower Tour

Book tower tour

 


Take a virtual tour