Once inside the Minster, stand in front of the magnificent Grand Organ and gaze up into the Tower’s interior, admiring the 15th century Perpendicular style architecture, unique to the United Kingdom. Venture into our Undercroft Museum to discover more about the emergency engineering works that took place during the 1960s and 1970s to stop the 16,000 tonne structure crashing to the ground.
As you begin your climb through history and ascend the narrow spiral staircase you’ll be within touching distance of historic stonework. Each step reveals a fragment of history etched into the stone walls, forever preserved in the winding medieval staircase. With each turn, you'll be transported back in time, guided by the echoes of the past. It’s not hard to picture yourself following in the footsteps of a 15th century stonemason admiring their work as they climb, chisel in hand, to reach that day’s project.