The Cathedral’s core purpose is to share the love of God in Christ Jesus, affirming life in all its fullness and drawing people into relationship with him. Renowned for its stunning Norman architecture and as the burial place of Henry VIII’s first queen, Katharine of Aragon, the Cathedral is also a major visitor attraction at the very heart of the city of Peterborough, a place of welcome and learning, celebration and sanctuary.
There is so much to see here that there is something for everyone – whether you are interested in its unique medieval nave ceiling, or would like to take a Tower Tour, or to bring the family to enjoy our lively programme of events and exhibitions, we would be delighted to see you.
The Cathedral is open for visiting throughout the year, but please check times online beforehand as there can be restrictions or changes.
This is the page to check the opening times at Peterborough Cathedral.
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