Ground Floor Tours
These take place on Wednesdays at 11.30.
Contact the Virger or a Welcomer on arrival at the Minster or contact us in advance.
Price: Adults £5.00, children £2.50.
Tours will go ahead (with a minimum of 4) as long as there are no events or services taking place. Check here.
Tours are taken at the discretion of the Virger on duty.
Roof tours are currently suspended.
For further information contact us here.
* Terms and conditions.
Tours will go ahead as long as there are no events or services taking place.
For insurance reasons the minimum age is 8.
Tours are taken at the discretion of the tour guide on duty.
Roof tours require a minimum of 10 people (aged 8+) and a maximum of 25 people.
There are 113 steps to climb in a narrow space on the roof tour. Please make your own assessment of your suitability for this tour. It is not recommended for people with heart or breathing problems, or who may suffer from anxiety about enclosed spaces. The tour is fully enclosed and all areas have secure safety barriers.
Tours for larger groups can be arranged in advance through the Parish Centre and are available during our normal times of opening (subject to change if a service or event is arranged).
The rate for school children on formally booked tours is £1.50 for the ground tour and no charge for adult helpers.
Google Virtual Tour inside the Minster
In the Footsteps of Saint John of Beverley
Church or Deanery groups looking for a place of pilgrimage are very welcome at Beverley Minster. Thousands flocked in pilgrimage to the Minster in the middle ages to venerate the resting place of St John and today’s pilgrims are welcome to join us for a special day.
Your pilgrimage might include a guided tour of the Minster and inside the roof, and a service of communion or prayer during the day. We would be pleased to talk to you about refreshments – a variety of options is available.
You should allow free time to explore the market town of Beverley which owes its existence to Saint John.
“The Annual Rotherham Deanery Pilgrimage took place in June 2011 at Beverley Minster. Over 200 people from across the deanery made the journey to the Minster where we celebrated communion before departing in different ways. Some remaining at the Minster for guided tours, some to Beverley and some to Bridlington. The Minster was excellent, the service wonderful and we were made to feel so welcome. Are you looking for a place for your Parish, Deanery or Diocesan Pilgrimage? Do consider Beverley.”
David Bliss, Vicar of Rotherham and Area Dean of Rotherham
Contact the Parish Centre so that we can talk to you about a plan for your visit.
Download a poster here.