Here's a chance to have your say. There are currently 497 entries in the guestbook. The opinions expressed below are those of individual visitors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Salisbury Cathedral and its staff. To view earlier entries, use the links placed at the foot of the page.
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Maire Hurme I saw the Pillars of the Earth and this Cathedral made a a tremendous impact on me. I just had to look it up on the PC. I wish I could visit this magnificent Cathedral, but I am afraid it is going to be unfulfilled dream..
Ken Davies We visited the Cathedral last week and our guide was Eric Coates. What an absolutely amazing tour. He made the Cathedral come alive a thoroughly enjoyable experience
Pauline Watson We would particularly like to praise the Refectory Restaurant. It is delightful, very light - you can look up at the Cathedral through the glass roof while you eat. We had sandwiches, really fresh with interesting fillings and proper loose leaf tea served in individual tea-ieres. Excellent. Altogether highly recommended.
Ronald Marx Thank you for the totally enjoyable experience at the cathedral and its Charter House. Please let the guides know that the five pages of the U.S. Constitution as well as the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Articles of Confederation are written on parchment, NOT on paper as they told me and several other visitors. (www.archives.gov)
Frances Enjoyed a vist to the cathedral. The new font is a stunning and moving piece of modern art, a wonderful addition to a beautiful place.
john livingstone I was an American soldier when I first visited your beautiful cathedral in 1944, and have been drawn back to it several times since. I recall also the friendliness and hospitality of the people of Salisbury during those dark wartime days.
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James Fish I can't wait to see the cathedral in person i have wanted to for so long Richard Poore is an ancestor,
Jill Roberts I am from New Zealand and was taken to the Catherdal by the friends I was staying with in 1998. I could've spent all day there but my friends had other things to show me so we pressed on. My memories have stayed with me though and were recently reignited when reading Bill Bryson book Notes from a Small Island. Prompted me to take the visual Internet tour. Thankyou for making that possible as I expect I may never have the opportunity to return.
Ali Bishop Just wanted to say a very big thank you to the volunteer tour guide who took me on a one to one tour of nearly 2 hours this afternoon (12th April 2012); she spoke with so much knowledge and affection for the Cathedral, and led me to another guide who answered many questions about the Magna Carta. A wonderful day in a wonderful place. Thank you.