Chichester Cathedral

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Chichester Cathedral: In the heart of the city, this magnificent Cathedral has been a centre of community life for 900 years and is the site of the Shrine of St Richard of Chichester. Full of treasures - the Cathedral is particularly famous for its modern art. Exhibitions, talks, lunchtime and evening concerts. Treasury and information desk.

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How to get here


Approach from the M27 (A27) and turn Northwards at one of the bypass roundabouts following signs for the City centre.

Vehicular access and on street parking is restricted in Chichester and visitors arriving by car should aim for one of the many public car parks around the City


Leaving the Railway Station on foot, turn left into Southgate. Walk straight ahead into South Street and follow the road to the Market Cross. Turn left into West Street and continue to the far end of the Cathedral for the main West door entrance. Alternatively, turn immediately left and walk across the Cathedral Green for access into the cloisters for Cloisters Cafe and The Royal Chantry


Opening times (Summer):
07:15 - 19:0007:15 - 19:0007:15 - 19:0007:15 - 19:0007:15 - 19:0007:15 - 19:0007:15 - 19:00

Opening times (Winter):
07:15 - 18:0007:15 - 18:0007:15 - 18:0007:15 - 18:0007:15 - 18:0007:15 - 18:0007:15 - 18:00



Guided Tours:

Free guided tours available but donations much appreciated.


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