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Dating back to AD 1093, the imposing Durham Cathedral is one of the UK’s foremost examples of Norman architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admission is free and visits can take place every day of the year, with guests able to explore the ancient Library and take in the relics of St Cuthbert. Guided tours and the chance to climb the 66m central tower are available for an additional charge. The cathedral regularly puts on art exhibitions and study weeks, as well as daily choral performances.