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Derby Cathedral

Derby Cathedral has the second highest perpendicular church tower in England and a Peregrine Falcon watchpoint.

Derby Cathedral has the second highest perpendicular church tower in England. For many years, peregrine falcons have nested and raised chicks from the roof top.   Visitors can sometimes see regular aerial displays and there are watch point events to view the chicks. Inside discover the awesome tomb of Bess of Hardwick and the memorial of Florence Nightingale. From Derby Station, the Cathedral is a 20-minute walk through the city centre.

Address

Derby Cathedral Centre
18-19 Iron Gate,
Derby
DE1 3GP

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