Cathedral

Interesting
This 14C-15C cathedral built in Perpendicular Gothic style boasts tall pointed windows framed by finialled buttresses. The attractive tower above the transept crossing is crenellated and embellished with pinnacles. The Elder Lady Chapel (1210-1220) and Eastern Lady Chapel (1298-1330) are remarkable, the first for its clear simple lines and the second for its profusion of light and colour.

Useful information

Address : 

College Green, BS1 5TJ Bristol

Opening hours

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, weekends 3.30pm - donation welcome

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