Crooked Spire Chesterfield

The stunning virtual tour of the Church of St Mary and All Saints

Better known as the Crooked Spire, Chesterfield parish church is a true icon of Derbyshire with a fascinating history.  Construction began during the 13th century and there are some intriguing theories around why the spire warped.

This fascinating virtual tour has had 300,000 views. It has made it possible for everyone to explore this amazing building and hopefully encouraged people to visit the church and the town of Chesterfield.

Google Street View virtual tour from the Spire looking across Chesterfield

The next best thing to being there. The amazing view from the parapet overlooking the Derbyshire market town of Chesterfield

Google Street View virtual internal view

The spire is open to the public most Saturdays in the winter, and most days in the summer

Discover more about our virtual tours. They are an effective and cost effient way to increase visitor numbers.

External late dusk shot of The Church of St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield
Saint Mary and All Saints church path, Chesterfield
Path through the church yard.
Long shot of the church with a 200 mm telephoto lens
Chesterfield Parish Church is an Anglican church dedicated to Saint Mary and All Saints
View from the town centre, with grey block paved street in the forground
Located in the town center Saint Mary and All Saints church.
Altar and golden reredos Saint Mary and All Saints church, Chesterfield
Temple Moore installed the striking reredos behind the high altar in 1896
Silver Cross, Saint Mary and All Saints church Chesterfield
Silver Cross
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