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Rochester Cathedral

For over 1400 years there has been a cathedral in Rochester.  The cathedral today is a mixture of 11th century Norman, 13th century gothic and 15th century Tudor building with the remains of the medieval monastic cloister still visible in the garden.

Details of our extensive education programme for all key stages are on our website. Particularly suitable for RE and history, a visit to Rochester Cathedral can also cover Literacy, art and citizenship.  A visit to the cathedral may be combined with visits to Rochester's Norman castle and the Guildhall Museum for an exciting educational experience.

Teacher pre-visits welcomed.

All visits must be pre-booked via Education Officer AT LEAST 2 weeks prior to visit

Address

Rochester Cathedral, Education Officer, Garth House, The Precinct, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1SX
ME11SX
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