Discover more about the Durham Cathedral community, from the influence of St Cuthbert to the cathedral having a worldwide family, both past and present.
Haliwerfolc were those who followed St Cuthbert's body from Lindisfarne and settled in Durham. Now, Durham Cathedral has a wide community of clergy, staff, volunteers, visitors, worshippers, donors and visitors, the modern Haliwerfolc.
Haliwerfolc: The Durham Cathedral Community is the latest collection gallery exhibition, where you can learn more about the Haliwerfolc and religious community over time, along with the modern community and the roles they play today.
From 12 February to 23 June, see the earliest Church silver in Durham Cathedral's collection, expense receipts from restorations in the Galilee Chapel, an altar cross up close and the 'Book of Life', the Liber Vitae.
The museum is open:
Monday to Saturday 10am - 4pm
Sunday 11am - 4pm (last entry 3.30pm)
Under 18s and carers go free
Come back to enjoy the next new exhibition with an annual pass
Book tickets to explore the museum at your own pace.
Don't miss our highlights tours of the museum with an expert guide, offered on select days.