Virtual visits



Guilsfield St Aelhaiarn

The handsome south porch is 15th century. When the 16th century clerestory was inserted the ceilings were renewed and raised. These are among the finest features of the church, with snowflake like painted wooden bosses between the ribs.

Explore the church, and it's ceilings, in exquisite detail in this online tour.


Ludham St Catherine

St Catherine's is at the heart of the pretty village of Ludham, in the Norfolk Broads National Park. The carved 15th century font includes figures of 'woodwoses', a sort of wild men of the woods, but one is a female, the only one in East Anglia.

Explore in wonderful detail thanks to Paul Britain's 360 tour.



Windsor St Georges Chapel

St George’s Windsor has a rich and varied history. The connection between the Royal Family and St George’s Chapel is a strong one with members of the Royal Family have been baptised, married and buried here.

This virtual tour by EyeRevolution tour shows you the grand public areas, as well as giving you a glimpse behind the scenes.



Westminster Cathedral

Westminster Cathedral is a supreme achievement of art. This Catholic cathedral was built between 1895 and 1903 and has the highest and widest nave in the country. Over a 100 different kinds of marble, from more than 24 different countries, decorate the building.

This virtual tour by EyeRevolution tour shows you the grand public areas, as well as giving you a glimpse behind the scenes.


Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey presents a unique pageant of British history; the shrine of St Edward the Confessor, the tombs of kings and queens, and countless memorials to the famous and the great, it has been the setting for every Coronation since 1066 and for numerous other occasions.

Take a virtual tour and view treasures in unprecedented detail.


Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral is one of the great Cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere: inside you’ll find a building which has lived through war, political unreset, the Exeter Blitz and much more.

Revel in this gloriously detailed 360 tour of the cathedral by Peter Stephens Photography.


Canterbury Cathedral

The world famous cathedral, site of the shrine of Thomas Becket and the seat of the Archbishop. The spectacular building houses many stunning features, including a Romanesque crypt, a perpendicular nave and beautiful medieval stained glass windows.

A glance at Canterbury Cathedral's stunning architecture, medieval stained glass and vaulted ceilings.


Bradford Cathedral

Bradford's beautiful cathedral is a hidden jewel waiting to be discovered with its peaceful setting in tranquil gardens where once battle raged.

If you can't visit Bradford Cathedral at the moment then we've got the next best thing for you, visiting it from the comfort of your home!


Brecon Cathedral

Brecon Cathedral started life in 1093, built by the Normans on the site of an earlier Celtic church. At the dissolution of the monasteries in 1537 it became Brecon's parish church. It became a Cathedral only in 1923, on the establishment of the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon.

Enjoy the Brecon Cathedral Virtual Reality (VR) Tour. Visit all 6 floors in this unique opportunity to explore the cathedral.


Gloucester Cathedral

There is something special about Gloucester Cathedral. Take in the beautifully restored medieval Lady Chapel and our impressive Norman nave, or journey into the crypt below and the tribune gallery above, all from the comfort of your computer, tablet or mobile phone.

Whilst this virtual tour will never be quite the same as visiting in person, it's definitely the next best thing!


Salisbury Cathedral

This beautiful place has been a focus for its community and for countless visitors for just shy of 800 years, with the best preserved Magna Carta of 1215. Everyone who has access to the internet can now take an amazing virtual tour of Salisbury Cathedral.

Find yourself at the base of England’s tallest spire seeing the medieval scaffolding and the spectacular views across the city..


Southwark St Georges Cathedral

The original cathedral building was designed by the great Victorian architect Augustus Pugin, and was considered the most important Catholic Church in England when it was built. It could seat about 3,000 people, and the building was 240 feet long by 72 feet wide.

You can enjoy a full 360 degree virtual walk through view of the Cathedral.


Down Cathedral, Downpatrick

Welcome to the Cathedral, close to which we believe the mortal remains of Saint Patrick lie buried, not merely a tourist attraction but a place of pilgrimage and prayer for all people.

One high level, but gorgeous, 360 image from Virtual Visit Tours.


Armagh Cathedral

The origins of the cathedral are related to the construction in 445 of a stone church by St Patrick, around which a monastic community developed. Many Celtic and medieval carvings are to be seen within the cathedral which is also rich in 18th and 19th century sculpture.

Enjoy a walk around the inside and outside of the Cathedral with Virtual Visit Tours.


Armagh St Patricks Cathedral

The cathedral was built in various phases between 1840 and 1904. The decorative style was significantly changed in 1982 and the beautiful interior in particular has been frequently remarked upon by visitors.

Explore wonderful interiors in this gloriously detailed virtual tour.


Clogher Cathedral

According to tradition a monastery and bishopric were founded in Clogher circa 490 by St Macartan on the orders of St Patrick. The present building was designed in 1744 by architect James Martin in a neo classical style.

Explore the unique entrance hall and church with these 360 images from Virtual Visit Tours.

Abbeys and monastic sites


Nendrum Monastic Site

The best example in Northern Ireland of a pre Norman monastic enclosure, sitting on a tidal island. The causeways from the mainland to Reagh Island, and from there to Mahee Island, can be crossed even at high tide.

Explore a couple of lovely 360 images from Virtual Visit Tours.


Downpatrick Inch Abbey

On the north bank of the Quoile River, Inch Abbey was founded by John de Courcy in atonement for his destruction of Erenagah Abbey.

Explore the undulating site with a couple of lovely 360 images from Virtual Visit Tours.


Grey Abbey

Along with Inch Abbey, Greyabbey is the best example of Anglo-Norman Cistercian architecture in Ulster and was the daughter house of Holm Cultram in Cumbria.

Explore the site with a couple of lovely 360 images from Virtual Visit Tours.

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