The Cathedral of St John the Baptist is a fine example of the great Victorian Gothic Revival.
Cathedral of St John The Baptist
The Cathedral of St John the Baptist is a fine example of the great Victorian Gothic Revival. Designed by George Gilbert Scott Junior, it was the generous gift to the Catholics of Norwich of Henry Fitzalan Howard as a thank-offering for his first marriage to Lady Flora Abney-Hastings. Duke Henry, following an approach by Canon Richard Duckett, commissioned the building and took a keen interest in every aspect of its design from its initial conception in the early 1870s to its completion and dedication in 1910. Until 1976 when it became the Cathedral of the new Diocese of East Anglia, this great church was believed to be the largest parish church in England.
- Accepts Groups
- Coach Parties Accepted
- Credit Card Accepted With Charge
- Baby Changing Facilities
- Disabled Toilets
- Education Study Area
- Facilities For Conferencing
- Facilities For Corporate Hospitality
- Facilities For Educational Visits
- Facilities For Groups
- Gift Shop
- On-Site Light Refreshments
- Public Toilets