The Provost Vestry is used by clergy to robe, and for private meetings, and is not normally open to the public.
Access to the Provost Vestry is through St. Michael's Gallery (which can be accessed via the stairwell to the left of the Lady Chapel or via the lift in the New Pavilion), or via the external path that leads to the Chapter House entrance.
There is level access to the Provost Vestry from St. Michael's Gallery.
The Provost Vestry is accessed via double doors which are normally kept closed and locked. A member of staff will unlock and open the doors when needed.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
The New Cathedral
Sir Basil Spence’s 1962 masterpiece embodies both the stark and the beautiful, to powerful effect.
The principle of a Chapel of Unity binding the Church of England and the Free Churches together for Christian service in Coventry was born out of the sufferings of war and the ecumenical enthusiasm of the church leaders.