St Davids Cathedral Festival runs from Friday May 27 to Sunday June 5.  Please note that coach tours are not permitted during this time.

Face-coverings are no longer mandatory in the Cathedral, but you are welcome to wear them if that makes you feel comfortable.
Hand sanitizer is available and there is plenty of space for everyone - let's continue to keep one another safe.

Welcome to St Davids Cathedral

Since the 6th century there has been a church on this site. For the past 1500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God on a daily basis which continues to this day.

Take care, be safe, and we look forward to seeing you in person before too long. May God's steadfast love sustain us with his compassion and resilience, as we hang on through to easier times.

Opening times

10:00 to 17:00 (Monday to Saturday)
13:00 to 17:00 (Sunday)

Admission

We suggest a donation of £5 per adult visitor.

Please see our Visit us page 

Services and events

Today's services & prayer

Due to the Covid-19 coronavirus, pre-booked tours are not yet permitted.

For more information, see our helping you to feel safe information.

Can't attend a service? Send us a prayer request instead...

Send a prayer request

Upcoming special services and events

Festival Launch - Childrens Festival Chorus
27th May 2022

The Festival opens with a family concert from 6-7pm, directed by Oliver Tarney, respected animateur and composer.

Alis Huws - Harp
27th May 2022

This late-night, candlelit concert promises to be an atmospheric delight by Alis Huws, official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales.

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Things to do at home

Check out our Things to do at home page for lots of ideas to keep you and your family entertained!

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Sixth Sunday of Easter

A special light  in a special place on a special night #cathedralsatnight

We have vacancy for Choral Scholars

Congratulations to Canon Dewi Roberts collated and installed as Canon Chancellor, and Reverends Delyth Wilson and John Cecil as Canons at Evensong tonight.

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