Guided Tour of St Mary Redcliffe Church

Type:Historical

St Mary Redcliffe Church, Redcliffe, Bristol, BS16RA

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Over 800 years of history

Join St Mary Redcliffe Church for a guided tour of this superb church, once referred to by Queen Elizabeth I as "The fairest, goodliest and most famous parish church in England".

The present church is a treasure of international importance, a Grade I listed building that has been described as a masterpiece of Gothic architecture.

Discover 800 years of fascinating stories, design and craftsmanship, find out about Bristol's maritime history, learn about the church's many famous associations, including those with Elizabeth I and William Hogarth, see our wonderful stained glass and visit the Chatterton Room at the top of a hidden staircase above the North Porch.

Tour times:
11.00am 
12.45pm
2.30pm

Tickets:
£4.00

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