Set in the medieval heart of England’s smallest city Wells Cathedral was built between 1175 and 1490 and has been described as “the most poetic of the English Cathedrals”.
Wells is the earliest English Cathedral to be built in the Gothic style. The current building is a significant landmark in the South West of England, has an international reputation and is top rated on TripAdvisor for things to do in Somerset.
Wells Cathedral welcomes thousands of visitors each year who join in with regular daily services, tours and events or who come simply to enjoy the calm and hospitality of this wonderful and holy place.
A warm welcome awaits visitors in the two Cathedral shops which stocks a wide range of locally sourced mementoes and gifts. The Cathedral’s café is also open daily for coffee, delicious home-made lunches, afternoon teas and dog biscuits!
Guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs are welcome in the Cathedral at all times. Other dogs are welcome in the Cathedral providing they are on a lead, well-behaved and accompanied at all times by their owner(s). Water bowls are available in the Cathedral and dog biscuits are available for sale in the cafe. There is unfortunately no provision for dogs to be left with staff or volunteers and any dogs who bark consistently or are in distress/are disruptive can be asked to leave with their owners. Dogs are not allowed on any tour that goes above ground-level (which includes the Library and High Parts Tours).
Be the first to add a review for Wells Cathedral.