Wren’s Cathedral is a unique asset, with its grade I listing, status as a Country Cathedral and approaching a millennium of heritage, it is a rare and historic masterpiece.
The Cathedral has a wonderful ambiance, excellent acoustics and is abundant with unique features which include some of the oldest stained glass in the country, the figurine of Prioress Isabella Shakespeare (William Shakespeare’s Aunt) and the tomb of Sir Christopher Wren’s wife with commemorative plaques for five generations of Wrens.
Wren’s Cathedral dates back to the 12th Century and is recognised as one of England’s finest, historic buildings. Surrounded by ancient yew hedges, guests can enter via the covered historic lych gate and view intricate stonework and statues in this unique building. For those wishing to attend, regular weekly services are held at the Cathedral.