Hospitality lies close to the heart of Christian ministry.
The Cathedral itself is place of exceptional beauty and we offer it not only for special services but also for appropriate celebrations. The fourteenth-century Chapter House can sit one hundred for dinner; the thirteenth-century nave has space for three hundred.
Originally the nave was the public space in the building; the Chapter House is where the Canons meet but also hosted the English Parliament on at least two occasions, to say nothing of providing the location for films such as the Da Vinci Code and The Young Victoria.
Should you be visiting, Sue and her team in the Refectory will be happy to offer you Lincolnshire home-cooked fare, or perhaps a cappuccino or latte. You can sit in the warmth of the coffee shop or on a sunny day at one of the tables in the medieval cloister.
If you are seeking a venue for a special celebration, have a look at the Lincoln Cathedral Centre. The building, formerly known as the Old Sub-Deanery, dates from the thirteenth-century and was sympathetically restored in 2002. You will have a choice of rooms; on a sunny day the garden, one of the best kept secrets in Minster Yard, can be made available.
Business meetings held in The Cathedral Centre benefit from its unique surroundings whilst taking advatnage of the modern facilities you would expect.
Come and have look.We would love to see you. For specific contacts follow the links to the relevant page – , Chapter House and Nave, Refectory, Cathedral Centre – or telephone our Visitor Services Team on 01522 561600 or e-mail email@example.com
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