The Treasury which is situated in the Lutyens Crypt has 18 display cases containing many artefacts which include church plate (chalices and the like) as well as many other items, some dating back to pre-Reformation times.
There are processional crosses, croziers, monstrances and vestments. Items are from English and European sources and beyond and demonstrate superb craftsmanship. Some artefacts were designed by Edwin Lutyens, the architect of the crypt in which they are now sited.
The Lutyens Crypt and Treasury is open to visitors Monday to Saturday, 10am – 4pm.
Admission is £5 per person, or £12 for a family ticket. Tickets can be obtained from the Cathedral welcome desk.