Visitors are invited to visit the Julian Shrine, including St Julian's Church, the Julian visitor centre, and All Hallows Guesthouse. The most important part of the shrine is of course St Julian's Church containing the reconstructed Julian of Norwich cell. Though St Julian's Church was badly damaged during WWII bombing, generous donors from around the world made a post-war reconstruction possible, during which time the foundations of Julian's Cell was uncovered - having been destroyed some centuries earlier. Visitors are now able to enter the cell, which contains a small chapel for reflection and private prayer. There is also a weekly mass said in the cell on Mondays at 10am as well as other daily services in the church. For information on services at St Julian's, click here.