The team will be in the grounds of the stunning cathedral on Tuesday 14 May.
With around six million viewers, Antiques Roadshow is one of the BBC’s most popular factual programmes and features the country’s leading authorities on arts and antiques.
Each event attracts around 4,000 people and around 15,000 items are valued. Around 60 get filmed for the two shows made at each location.
It’s the first time the show’s been filmed at the cathedral since 1990, but they were last in the county in June 2015 at Bowood House.
Entry to the show is free, everyone is welcome, and no tickets or pre-registration is required.
As this is an exterior event, dress for the weather and protect your antiques appropriately.
The Roadshow opens at 9.30am and last entry is 5pm.
You can just turn up on the day but you can also tell Antiques Roadshow in advance about your special items by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
To be considered for the show, your email will need to include: