Magna Carta Chapter House is located at Salisbury SP1, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Magna Carta Chapter House and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Jack

5 Google Rating

Beautiful part of the cathedral which houses the best preserved copy of the Magna Carta, one of 4 re

5/ 5

Beautiful part of the cathedral which houses the best preserved copy of the Magna Carta, one of 4 remaining in existence. It is a must see! In addition, the room itself is incredible with stained glass windows on each wall and when the sun shines outside, they light up the central column. No photography is allowed inside the Magna Carta viewing room for preservation purposes. Translations are provided.

Dermot Tuohey

4 Google Rating

This is a lovely part of the cathedral and houses one of the copies of the Magna Carta. This means t

4/ 5

This is a lovely part of the cathedral and houses one of the copies of the Magna Carta. This means that it is not empty (such as York's Chapter House). The Magna Carta itself is housed within an enclosure and is subject to stringent security; the damaged glass screen from an attack (which prevented damage to the document) is also on display.

Babak

5 Google Rating

It was a lot better than I thought it would be. Quickly realised I really didn’t know much about t

5/ 5

It was a lot better than I thought it would be. Quickly realised I really didn’t know much about the history of the Magna Carta other than a few headline points. The instillations were made interesting but most of all thank you to Arthur, one of the Usher’s working there, for the really engaging conversation and passionately telling me all the history.

Axel Reisdorf

5 Google Rating

More than interesting. And the staff can answer any questions you might have. Ask about the curious

5/ 5

More than interesting. And the staff can answer any questions you might have. Ask about the curious details of the Magna Carta and they'll show you.

Tania Clarke

5 Google Rating

Beautiful. Fascinating. Historic. Atmospheric.

5/ 5

Beautiful. Fascinating. Historic. Atmospheric.

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