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Salisbury Cathedral tickets

Validity: Flexible
Availability: Monday to Saturday
Printed ticket only
Safety measures applied

Do this because

Climb on top of Britain's tallest spire

Admire the Gothic cathedral interior

Study the original Magna Carta in the Chapter House

Witness the world's oldest working clock

What to expect

Visit Salisbury Cathedral. A unique building amongst medieval English cathedrals, built within one century with no substantial later additions. Admire the beautiful outside building which is a testimony to the faith and practical skills of those who erected it.

Inside the cathedral, you can study the original Magna Carta on display in a new interactive exhibition. Written in 1215, the Magna Carta was issued by King John of England and stated that everybody, including the king, was subject to the law.

Another thing not to miss is the oldest working medieval clock in the world. Made in 1386 of hand-wrought iron and originally installed in the detached Bell Tower. Finally make sure to climb the spire of Salisbury Cathedral, with 123m the tallest in England. 700 years ago the building of the spire marked a revolution in cathedral architecture.

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COVID-19 information

The following health and safety measures are in place, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.

Visitor numbers are limited to reduce crowds

The experience complies with government regulations

Social distancing is enforced

Areas frequented by visitors are regularly disinfected

Hand sanitizers are provided for staff and visitors

All gear/equipment is sanitised between use

What’s included

Entrance tickets


  • 33 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 2EJ

Meeting point:

Salisbury Cathedral. The nearest train station is Salisbury.


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Important to know

  • On Wednesday 5th July and Thursday 6th July, the Cathedral, Chapter House, Shop and Refectory will be closed for Visitors all-day
  • Weekday services are held: Monday to Saturday at 7.30am and 5.30pm, Tuesdays at 12.15pm, Thursdays at 11.15am
  • Sunday services are held at 8am, 9.15am 10.30am and 4.30pm.
  • You are most welcome to join these services, but please be aware that Cathedral access will be restricted
  • The Chapter House, Restaurant and Shop are all closed on Christmas Day