Bursting with History, Culture and Life
The Only Medieval Three-Spired Cathedral in the UK
Lichfield Cathedral is a magnificent building and one of the oldest places of Worship in Britain.
Noted for being the only medieval Cathedral with three spires, Lichfield Cathedral is a popular tourist attraction visited by tourists, pilgrims and worshippers alike.
Whether you live in Lichfield or you are just visiting, go along and explore this amazing place of beauty for yourself, you will be given a very warm welcome.
Discover Lichfield Cathedral
Lichfield Cathedral is open to visitors for sightseeing on:
Monday to Friday: 1.30pm to 6.15pm
Saturday: 10.00am to 5:30pm
Sunday: 12.30pm to 17:30pm
When you visit, a wide range of tours are available providing an opportunity for you to learn about the building, its history and heritage.
Visit the website to check out the tours available – online booking is available.
Worship and Music
Lichfield Cathedral welcomes people of all ages and beliefs to worship. Why not take a few minutes out of your day to relax, reflect and pray in the magnificent surroundings.
Lichfield Cathedral also offers a selection of wonderful services including Morning Prayer, Eucharist, Evensong, Evening Prayer, and Choral Eucharist.
Lichfield Cathedral Gift Shop
Lichfield Cathedral sell a wide variety of stylish and contemporary gifts for all occasions including:
All profits go towards Lichfield Cathedral to assist with its maintenance, mission and tradition for future generations.
What’s On at Lichfield Cathedral
There is always something happening at Lichfield Cathedral from art exhibitions and organ recitals to science, exploration and discovery.
Interested in bell ringing? Learners and visitors are always welcome to the bell ringing practice night on Mondays from 19:45 to 21:15.
Visit the website to find out more!
Whilst Lichfield Cathedral is FREE to visit, donations are appreciated in order to maintain the ministry and to keep the building open.
Certainly unique and well looked after. Very well maintained. We met some 'locals' who informed us of much of the history.
A wonderful place to visit. St. Chad's Chapel a very special place to be .
Lovely clean plac Cathedral stunning
Impressive so is the city
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