Re-opening: The Cathedral now is open for Sunday Services at 11:15am and also for general visiting and private prayer between 10am - 3pm, except on Sundays from 1pm to 4pm. Welsh Government regulations now state all visitors to the Cathedral, including services must wear face-masks. view details of new opening arrangements

Gwybodaeth i Ymwelwyr

St Davids Cathedral welcomes visitors all year round. Please see the information below to plan your visit.

Oriau agor

09:00 to 17:30*

* During winter the Cathedral will close at 16:00 if there is no Choral Evensong.

Mynediad

Admission to the cathedral is free

See our Support Us page, or consider donating during your visit to help us keep the cathedral open.

 

Sut i ddod o hyd i ni

Hygyrchedd

St Davids Cathedral welcomes all visitors. Existing accessibility provisions include:

  • A wheelchair available for general use within the cathedral, located in the South Porch.
  • A toilet suitable for disabled visitors, located in the South Cloister.
  • A loop system in the Nave and the Quire.
  • Disabled parking spaces (please contact us if you require parking assistance).

We would be very happy to discuss any further accessibility requirements - please contact the Deanery Office on 01437 720202 or email info@stdavidscathedral.org.uk.

Ffotograffiaeth

Photography within the Cathedral is free of charge when using a hand-held camera for non-professional purposes.

A charge of £10 is applicable if you wish to use a tripod. Photography for professional purposes is also subject to charge. In both cases, permission in writing must be obtained before undertaking the photography. Please contact info@stdavidscathedral.org.uk.

No photography is allowed in the Cathedral Library.

Siopau Eglwys Gadeiriol

There are two options for gifts and souvenirs available at the cathedral.

  • The Cathedral Bookshop at the west end of the nave stocks a wide range of books, music and gifts. 
  • The Domus Giftshop specialising in Welsh and Celtic crafts and books is located adjacent to the cathedral, across the river.