St Davids Cathedral is open for visitors 10am to 5pm Mondays to Saturdays, and 1pm to 5pm on Sundays.

We have daily services: click here for details.
In accordance with Welsh Government legislation, all adult visitors must wear a facemask in the Cathedral, unless they can show an exemption certificate or other authorisation. 
We strongly encourage visitors to maintain social distancing.  During busy times,
you may be asked to wait before we are able to let you into the Cathedral.
Evening Prayer or Evensong is daily at 6pm
Sunday-: Bilingual Parish Communion at 9:30am, Choral Eucharist or Mattins at 11:15am, Sunday Evensong or Evening Prayer at 6:00pm

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St Davids Cathedral, is a centre of learning and offers
education in a number of different ways.

We have an Education and Pilgrimage centre, Ty'r Pererin, which was officially opened on 4 March 2013.

Tours of the Cathedral occur throughout the year, some designed for people who have never visited before and others for people who know the Cathedral well but would like to learn more about some aspect.

The Cathedral provides a venue for artistic and creative exhibitions and gives space for organizations such as Christian Aid and Amnesty International to raise awareness of their vital work. 

Musical education has been an essential element of the life of the Cathedral for centuries and continues today.

The Library is an invaluable resource for both local researchers and those from further afield seeking in-depth information about St David and St Davids. It also has a wealth of information on all sorts of diverse areas for research.