In line with Welsh Government regulations

St Davids Cathedral is open for visitors from 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, and 1pm to 5pm on Sundays
We have daily services see here
In accordance with Welsh Government legislation, all adult visitors must fill in a Track and Trace form when they arrive.
During busy times please be aware you could be asked to wait before you are allowed entry into the Cathedral.

Everyone entering the Cathedral must wear face-masks, unless they can show an exemption certificate or other authorisation.
Evening Prayer is daily at 6pm
Sunday Eucharists or Mattins at 8:30am and 11:15am, Sunday Evening Prayer at 6:00pm
The choir are now on Summer holidays, no choral services until September

NB: Due to a private event The Cathedral will be closed on Saturday July 31st from 12pm to 3pm

A message from the Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury had been due to come to St Davids in April, as part of his visit to Wales to mark the centenary of the disestablishment of the Church in Wales. Being prevented was one of his ‘biggest disappointments in the lockdown’ he says, in this video message, released on the Cathedral’s Chapter Day. In it Archbishop Justin speaks of how he was ‘longing’ to come to this ‘remarkable place’, and reflects on what St David’s famous teaching of ‘Be joyful, keep the faith, and do the little things you have seen and heard me do’ mean to him, and how they can be a good practical signpost, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Click here to view video message