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St Chad's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)

3540 St. Chads Queensway, Birmingham B4 6EU, UK


About St Chad's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)

It was the first Roman Catholic cathedral built in England since the Reformation that features one of the finest decorated church ceilings in the Midlands. The cathedral is located in a public greenspace near St Chad's Queensway, in central Birmingham. The current archbishop is Bernard Longley, and the dean is Monsignor Timothy Menezes. It is one of only four minor basilicas in England.

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St. Philip's Cathedral0.49km from St Chad's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)

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Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery0.69km from St Chad's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (BM&AG) is a museum and art gallery in Birmingham, England. It has a collection of international importance covering fine art, ceramics, metalwork, jewellery, natural history, archaeology, ethnography, local history and industrial history. Discover the fascinating story of the Staffordshire Hoard, the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found, in its own dedicated gallery.

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A  majestic Grade II-listed building on the edge of the Jewellery District, which  tells the story of Birmingham's last coffin-furniture factory and the Newman Brothers firm.  Visitors can truly experience how this old Jewellery Quarter firm once operated on a day-to-day basis, producing some of the world’s finest coffin furniture, including the fittings for the funerals of Joseph Chamberlain, Winston Churchill and the Queen Mother.

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Victoria Square is a public square in the city of Birmingham and quite possibly the most beautiful of them all. The square is often considered to be the centre of Birmingham, and is the point from where local road sign distances are measured.  Most of the major public events are held at the square which has fountains and magnificent artwork spread all around it.

Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum0.87km from St Chad's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)

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Pen Museum0.88km from St Chad's Cathedral (Roman Catholic)

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