Durham Cathedral

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Durham Cathedral (The Cathedral Church of Christ, Blessed Mary the Virgin and St Cuthbert of Durham) is a Church of England cathedral in the English city of Durham. The cathedral was built from 1093-1133, with it being added to and improved up to 1490. The sizable cathedral has a mixture of Romanesque and Norman architecture styles. It consists of three towers and its interior is impressive. The cathedral and the local castle make up a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The cathedral is a popular place for worship in the city.

Getting there

Situated in the centre of Durham, the closest car park is a short walk away at ‘Prince Bishops Car Park’. The 6, 56 and 57 buses all stop a short walk away. ‘Durham’ train station is a 10-minute walk away.

Opening Times and Admission

The cathedral is open to visitors daily, from early till 6 pm Monday to Saturday with an earlier closure of 5.30pm on Sundays. Admission is free but a donation of £3 is suggested.

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