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Guesten Hall, Worcester Cathedral

Guesten Hall, Worcester Cathedral, Worcester WR1 2LA View on map

Guesten Hall was built in 1320 for the cathedral’s monks to give hospitality to strangers and guests. Mostly demolished in 1862 but one large side wall with its four window voids survived. Adjacent to the Cathedral Church a former Benedictine Priory.


Opening Arrangements

The ruins can be viewed at any time as they are external to the Cathedral.


In Worcester City centre. Rail : Worcester Foregate Street (¼ mile). Bus: City centre routes.

Parking Spaces


Parking can be arranged for the disabled.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes