We visited on the spur of the moment, religion to one side, I enjoy history and we were not disappointed. Access is via a ramp to the front, whilst there is a tariff displayed, access was by suggested donation of £3 and there is also the option of a roof top tour for another £3 which we didn't take due to time constraints. Unlike Durham there is no problem at all when taking photos inside, the Cathedral is very photogenic and impressive. There was a childrens choir singing at the time which was lovely. The sun coming through the stained glass windows is amazing. There is a café (which was extremely busy) and ample toilets. Well worth a visit and disabled friendly.