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 Choral Eucharist or Mattins at 11:15am, Sunday Evensong or Evening Prayer at 6:00pm

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

09:00 to 17:30*

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

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.

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COVID-19 restrictions

The Cathedral is open for visiting, from 10am to 5:30pm Monday to Saturday and 1pm to 5pm on Sundays.

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  • Friday Pilgrim Prayers from the Shrine at noon

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Upcoming Events

Henry II 850th Anniversary
29th September 2021

On 29th September 1171 Norman King Henry II visited St Davids on pilgrimage, within a year of the murder of Thomas Becket.

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Libraries Week
4th October 2021 to 8th October 2021

A series of Talks and events in St Davids Cathedral examining issues raised by the anniversary of the visit by Henry II in 1171 and the murder of Thomas Becket – all at the same time as Lord Rhys r

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Attached is the programme for the coming weekend marking Henry II 850th display and CADW's open weekend

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