Coventry Cathedral is a cathedral built in the 1960’s and the ruins of the old cathedral in Coventry city centre in the West Midlands.
This attraction consists of the relatively modern new cathedral which was finished in the early 1960’s and the ruins of the old cathedral which was destroyed during an air raid during WWII in 1940. The original cathedral was a Medieval parish church consecrated as a cathedral in 1918. There is also a Blitz museum in which five 1940’s rooms have been reconstructed.
- Use city centre car parks (charge).
- Shop selling gifts, books, cards, CDs and souvenirs.
- Cloisters café serves hot or cold food.
Opening Times – New Cathedral:
- Monday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm (Last entry for visitors is 4pm).
- Sundays: 12 noon to 4pm (Last entry for visitors is 3pm).
Opening Times – Cathedral Ruins:
- Open daily: 9am to 5pm
- Standard Adult – £6
- Concessions (over 60) – £5
- Children under 18 in family groups – Free
- Individual students from UK universities (with valid ID) – Free
Prices and opening hours correct as at November 2017.
Before you start your journey to Coventry Cathedral for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.