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Coffee and tea are usually available in the north transept (opposite the shop) on a serve yourself basis. A donation is requested.


Within the Minster there are two spaces set aside for prayer. St. Katherine’s Chapel (in the far south-east corner of the building) and the prayer space on the south side of the nave, beside the lectern. Candles are available in both spaces, and in the prayer space beside the lectern, there is the opportunity to write a prayer and attach it to the prayer tree. A member of the Prayer Team is available to talk or pray within this space each day between 11.30 and 12.30.

The Quiet Garden

Beverley Minster Quiet Garden is part of the Quiet Garden Movement. It is an oasis of peace near to the historic Minster and is adjacent to the Parish Centre. Pilgrims flocked to the Minster in medieval times to venerate the bones of Saint John of Beverley, a renowned healer and worker of miracles. The Minster continues to provide a place of meditation and prayer in the Quiet Garden, providing hospitality for 21st century pilgrims.


Information can be found here.


There are toilet facilities just outside the accessible entrance and there are accessible toilets in the Parish Hall.


A permit is required for the use of cameras and videos and can be purchased from the shop or the welcomers for £3.

The use of drones

The use of drones is subject to guidance set by the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC). Please read the guidance here and contact us for advice.