For over a thousand years, people have come to seek inspiration in this magnificent Cathedral. From a small Saxon church to a great Cathedral, the long history of this sacred place stretches back over 15 centuries. Discover glorious church architecture, priceless treasures, great works of art, historic events and famous people. See the 12th-Century Winchester Bible, illuminated in gold and lapis lazuli, contemporary sculpture by Antony Gormley and Barbara Hepworth and the burial place of England’s much loved novelist Jane Austen.
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Latest news from Winchester Cathedral
Hundreds of people will gather tonight (Friday) for Winchester Cathedral’s annual lantern
It’s beginning to look a lot like … Cathedral Christmas Markets Announced and More You
Silent poppy drops, the toll of our bells, an online quiet day for reflection, a light and
Winchester Cathedral’s Christmas Market is recognised as one of the best in Europe. Taking