Coventry Cathedral

Coventry Cathedral

Coventry Cathedral,1 Hill Top Coventry UK

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Party On and Explore from Coventry Cathedral’s Steps! 🚌🎉🏰

Coventry Cathedral, officially known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Michael, is the spiritual center of the Church of England diocese led by the Bishop of Coventry. Situated in England’s West Midlands, this iconic cathedral holds immense historical and architectural significance. It is under the leadership of the current bishop, Christopher Cocksworth, and dean, John Witcombe.

The Grade I-listed ruins of this ancient cathedral hold a sacred place in history. Following the devastating bombing of 1940, Provost Richard Howard inscribed the poignant words “Father Forgive” on the cathedral’s altar wall. The base of the town’s tallest skyscraper serves as the weathervane platform, standing at a towering height of 284 feet (87 meters). Only Salisbury and Norwich cathedrals have taller spires among English cathedrals, with an additional 88 meters (290 feet) added by the weathervane. Designed by Basil Spence and Arup and constructed by John Laing on the original foundations, St. Michael’s Cathedral bears testament to both resilience and architectural brilliance.

The steps in front of Coventry Cathedral, a symbol of resilience and spirituality, also serve as your gateway to exciting adventures. ILuv, your ultimate event partner, has chosen this iconic spot as the pick-up point for our thrilling party bus and VisitUK trips.

Step onto the historic steps of Coventry Cathedral and get ready to embark on unforgettable journeys with ILuv. Whether you’re seeking vibrant party experiences or exciting explorations, our party buses and VisitUK trips promise to deliver excitement, camaraderie, and lasting memories.

Join us at Coventry Cathedral’s steps to kick off your next adventure! For more details about our upcoming events and trips, visit our website at and explore our events section. Let’s make every step of your journey truly remarkable! 🚌🎊🏞️



Opening Time

Monday :10.00am - 4.00pm

Tuesday :10.00am - 4.00pm

Wednesday :10.00am - 4.00pm

Thursday :10.00am - 4.00pm

Friday :10.00am - 4.00pm

Saturday :10.00am - 4.00pm

Sunday :12.00pm - 3.30pm


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