Durham Cathedral

Durham Cathedral

Durham Cathedral is one of the greatest Norman buildings in Europe. It is cherished not only for its architecture but also for its incomparable setting. For this reason it was inscribed together with the Castle as one of Britain's first World Heritage Sites.

Other artworks in this location:

Daily Bread Window, Millennium Window; The Alington Memorial by Frank Roper and George Pace; Annuncation statue by Joseph Pyrz; Last Supper table by Colin Wilbourn; Pieta sculpture by Fenwick Lawson, Lama Sabachthani sculpture by Kirill Sokolov; Transfiguration window by Tom Denny

Practical information:

Sundays: 8am Holy Communion, 10am Matins, 11.15am Sung Eucharist, 3.30pm Evensong;
Weekdays: 7.30am Holy Communion (Wednesdays only), 8.45am Morning Prayer, 12.30pm Holy Communion, 5.15pm Evensong (Tuesday-Saturday), 5.15pm Evening Prayer (Monday)

Address:

The Chapter Office
The College
Durham
DH1 3EH
Co. Durham

Telephone: 0191 3864266

Official website: http://www.durhamcathedral.co.uk