Carlisle cathedral is a beautiful building. I visited for my son's graduation, it is smaller than most I have visited but the detail in the ceiling and stone work is amazing. the acoustics are perfect too.
Carlisle cathedral is a beautiful, quiet place right by the city centre. I come in here often to light a candle. The volunteers by the door always seem friendly and approachable.
Carlisle Cathedral and surrounds is much like York but in miniature. The Cathedral is small by cathedral standards, but has plenty to offer and is worth examining careful, as at first glance, much can be missed. The stained glass, carvings (in wood and stone), organ, altarpieces, etc are beautiful. In the main, the cathedral is a mix of Norman and... 更多
Really enjoyed eating here. The food was good and the staff were nice as well. It felt a little cold but that could just be me.
What a privilege it was to go to this service. Our Carlisle Community Choir were invited to sing at this service and we all felt it such a beautiful service before Christmas. The Cathedral Choir were amazing.
A beautiful experience - the Cathedral is steeped in history and the red sandstone was a nice surprise. The ceiling inside is magnificent and I enjoyed the quiet area and museum. TIP: look closely at the ceiling and you'll find a face staring down at you. I couldn't make it out in the cathedral but saw it later, in my... 更多
Visited many times and a must for any visitor to this great historic city on the border of Scotland. Free admission but well worth a £5 plus donation to help with the ongoing repairs. The ceiling in the main building is breath taking. Don't forget the cafe opposite the main entrance for fantastic cakes etc.
Had a graduation here in November and this is the second time I have fallen I'll after being here in winter due to joints heating switched on. I know it's a cathedral and you can't expect to much but after one Xmas eve several years ago and this graduation I will not return in the winter. It's baltic and if... 更多