Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta

Salisbury Cathedral has been a place of worship, welcome, and hospitality for over 800 years. Its Spire (the tallest in the country and a feat of medieval engineering) rises to a breath-taking 404ft/123m, guiding travelers, merchants, and pilgrims to the historic city.
The story of this great Cathedral is a tale of defiance and ingenuity that begins back in 1218, when the Bishop of Salisbury abandoned the original cathedral at Old Sarum, and moved down to the banks of the Avon, where the Cathedral stands today.
You can also discover how one of only four surviving original 1215 Magna Carta came to the Cathedral and view it in a special exhibition explaining its origins and continuing relevance to our lives today.
There's plenty to see and explore with friends and family. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on leads too.
We recommend pre-booking your tickets to avoid disappointment and gain discounted entry. Tickets can be used for free, repeat visits for 1 year from the date of purchase.

Salisbury Cathedral and Magna Carta, The Close SP1 2EJ
Contact telephone: 01722512156
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