Take a virtual tour of our diocesan Mother Church, St Chad’s Cathedral.
For the first time ever people can take a 360 degree virtual tour of St Chad’s Cathedral in Birmingham.
Visitors can explore online this hidden jewel on the edge of the city’s Jewellery Quarter and uncover all its fascinating history.
St Chad’s was the first Catholic Cathedral erected in Great Britain in 1841 following the Reformation of the 16th Century.
It was designed by the great Gothic Revivalist Augustus Welby Pugin, who was also responsible for the Palaces of Westminster and the iconic clock tower of Big Ben.
The new virtual tour is suitable for all ages and is packed full of information: Virtual Tour Link