We are thrilled to welcome visitors of all ages and especially school parties to the Minster, with so much within to benefit the educational and extra-curricular enrichment of students. An obvious correlation with learning is the historical and musical interest of the building and the biological and geographical impact of the churchyard, which would benefit all Key Stage elements for primary pupils and then more specialist areas would complement secondary school students in their GCSE and A Level studies.
We are delighted to discuss your visit beforehand to get the best educational impact for your group, to greet you and your students on arrival, provide a guided tour of the building and grounds, and to answer any questions that might arise.
If you would like to discuss a school visit, please get in touch with our Parish Office via Contact Us.
You will find lots more information via the side menu to your left about visiting this impressive, atmospheric church, bigger than many of the UK’s cathedrals.
Or click on The Minster Highlights to find out more about the joys to expect from your time with us; click on Heritage and History to discover more of its fascinating past; click on Building and Grounds to learn about the church’s architecture and surroundings; click on Gardens and Wildlife to uncover the lush, green urban oasis we have here; click on School Visits if you are considering bringing an educational trip to the Minster; click on Getting Here for help about access, parking and public transport for your journey; click on Accessibility if someone in your party has additional needs or you have specific concerns.