A touch of May madness has taken over at Peterborough Cathedral, with a 20% reduction on tour prices offered through the month of May – including the two Bank Holiday weekends.
The spectacular Cathedral tower tours are gathering a reputation as one of the most memorable and exhilarating excursions in the city. Those who brave the winding stairs and narrow entrances are rewarded with close-up views of the stained glass and ceilings, as well as a look at the bell ringing chamber and the 13th century wooden windlass used by the medieval masons. The tour emerges into breath-taking views from the top of the tower.
If heights are really not your thing, stay firmly on the ground with a tour of the Cathedral interior, learning about the history of this extraordinary place and the stories of notable people like Katharine of Aragon, Mary Queen of Scots and Old Scarlett.
Both tower tours (for ages 10+ only) and ground tours take roughly 1 hour and 15 minutes and are accompanied by trained Cathedral guides. Places are limited for the tower tours so advanced booking is advised.
Anyone wishing to simply take a look around the Cathedral unguided is of course welcome and admission is free. Donations are invited and photographers are asked to purchase a £3 permit.
For more details or to book call 01733 355300 or email email@example.com
Bank Holiday Monday 4th May, at 11am & 1.45pm
Saturday 23rd May, at 11am & 1.45pm
Bank Holiday Monday 25th May, at 11am & 1.45pm
Saturday 30th May, at 1.45pm
Discounted prices through May are: £12 (reduced from £15), £8 (reduced from £10) and £4 for children aged 10+ (reduced from £5)
More details are here: www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk/tower-tours.html
Guided Tours in May:
Guided tours take place at 2.00pm from Monday to Friday, and at 11.30am on Saturdays
Discounted prices throughout May are: £6 (reduced from £8), £4 (reduced from £5), with accompanied children going free.