Visiting the Cathedral
Following three months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Cathedral is now open again for private prayer.
Opening times are 2pm to 4pm every day.
We have implemented social distancing measures which include hand sanitizer stations and a one-way entry system.
Services have also resumed on Sundays at 9.00am and 11.15am. Please click here for more information
In normal times, the Cathedral is open to visitors daily from 9.00am, except Sundays when it opens at 7.00am, and closes following the last service of the day. There is usually a Welcomer in the Cathedral from 10am to 4pm to greet visitors, and information sheets, which includes a self-guided walk for visitors to explore the Cathedral at their own leisure, are provided. Guidebooks giving greater detail about the history, architecture and art of the Cathedral can be purchased in the Cathedral Shop.
Due to services and events taking place, the Cathedral may have to close at short notice or restrict access. Please check the events calendar or contact the Cathedral Office for up to date information.
Wheelchair access is provided at the East and West ends of the Cathedral. Car parking in the area of the Cathedral is free and unrestricted. There is also a car park off Llandaff High Street which is free for the first two hours. It is a 10-minute train journey from Cardiff Central to Fairwater, with a 10 to 15 minute walk from Fairwater to the Cathedral. Bus routes 25, 63 or 66 from Westgate Street (alongside the Millennium Stadium) take 25 to 30 minutes to travel to the stop at the Black Lion pub, which is near Llandaff High Street.
Guided tours can be arranged for groups and schools. Please contact the Cathedral Office to check availability at least one month in advance of your planned visit on 029 2056 4554, [email protected] or using the form below: