Exeter Cathedral was founded by St Edward the Confessor in 1050 shortly before he re-founded Westminster Abbey and both churches are dedicated to St Peter. Exeter Cathedral is considered the finest examples of Decorated Gothic architecture anywhere and has the longest span of medieval vaulting in the world and the tallest medieval Bishop’s Throne Canopy. Its visual beauty is a story in stone and glass, embroidery and wood of the faith that built it; a faith which is alive and well and can be experienced here every day. The Cathedral has a rich heritage as a place of prayer, pilgrimage and wonder and the choir of children and adults have been singing here almost daily for hundreds of years. The Cathedral is loved by many around the world who come to visit us and Glorious Devon.
30th Jun 2022to 01st Sep 2022
08th Jun 2022to 24th Jul 2022
Exeter and Birmingham Cathedrals have received substantial funding from The National Lottery
Cathedrals joined the call to toll their bells at noon today – one week since Russia began its
A whole range of half term activities are taking place in Cathedrals across the country. These
Visitors can experience the majesty of the moon in both Exeter and Lincoln Cathedrals this