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Local covid19 restrictions are in place around the country, and in some areas (including Wales) churches are closed. Please check before you travel.

Inspiration, for planning your adventures

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Walking the wall

The Tyne Valley is known for its fine concentration of early churches, many built with stones recycled from Hadrians Wall, arguably the best surviving concentration north of the Alps!

Experiencing Sacred Wales

Explore, discover your area

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Cool Cornwall

Cornwall’s churches are rarely simple buildings nestling into the landscape. Instead they are assertive structures with heaven thrusting spires or towers, commonly three times the height of the church.

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The sacred landscape of Wales is a secret known only to a few. This living work of art, entwined with history, culture and mythology has the power to inspire the mind and soothe the soul.

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Treasured Ireland

The unique sacred heritage of Northern Ireland reaches back over 6000 years. Explore neolithic Celtic sites, ancient churches, simple chapels, glorious cathedrals and more. Discover stories of passion and pride, love and wonder.

Become a Friend of the National Churches Trust, for people who love church buildings!