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Visit Ely Cathedral car-free
It’s easy to visit Ely Cathedral car-free, as it is about 15 minutes’ walk from Ely Railway station. For a scenic stroll from Station Road, turn right along Annesdale onto the riverside and left through Jubilee Gardens and Cherry Hill park.
There are direct trains to Ely from London King’s Cross (70 mins), Norwich (50 mins), Cambridge (15 mins), the Midlands and Stansted Airport. When you travel by train, and Ely PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited local bus travel.
There are some buses to Ely from Newmarket (bus 112).
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Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains.
About Ely Cathedral
An architectural marvel with its octagonal tower and soaring columns, Benedictine monks built the cathedral in the eleventh-century when Ely was just a tiny hamlet on an island in the fens. Visit the UK’s only dedicated stained glass museum and take a tour of the iconic towers (extra fee). For more ideas in the area, see our car-free guide to Ely.
For any queries about visiting contact Ely Cathedral on 01353 667735 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Ely Cathedral, Chapter House, The College, Ely, Cambs, CB7 4DL. Visit Website