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Free Landmark Places of Worship: City Centre (Colmore Row)

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Birmingham Cathedral

0.4km
Colmore Row, Birmingham. B3 2QB • (0121) 262 1840
Birmingham Cathedral
Birmingham Cathedral

St Philip's has been a place of worship and prayer since at least the early 1700s. The cathedral is a living organism with services, choir practices and meetings taking place at times throughout most days but visitors are always welcome to come in and, if appropriate, take part.

All visitors are welcome to Birmingham Cathedral no matter what their faith, culture or walk of life. This fine 18th century English Baroque parish church by Thomas Archer, with its famous stained glass by Burne-Jones, became the cathedral for the new Diocese of Birmingham in 1905.

For three centuries the Baroque gem of St Phillip’s – “the church on the hill” – has stood at the centre of life in Birmingham. Originally the parish church of the newest area of the rapidly expanding 18th century town, St Phillip’s became the city’s cathedral in 1905.

Features:

Free Entry.

No easily accessible wifi. No smoking.

Opening Times:

Open 8am-6pm Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm Saturday and Sunday (please check the website for any late changes). Free admission.

Booking:

Advance booking is not required.

Location:

Located in the city centre between Colmore Row and Temple Row.

Getting There:

National Rail Birmingham New Street railway station: Five minutes walk.
National Rail Birmingham Snow Hill railway station: Five minutes walk.

Parking:

Parking available nearby - payment required.

Watch as the restoration of Birmingham Cathedral unfolds thorough 2015.

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Birmingham Cathedral, Colmore Row, Birmingham. B3 2QB • (0121) 262 1840

Last Updated Monday 2 March 2020

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