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St Davids Cathedral

St Davids Cathedral sits in an idyllic valley in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. There has been a church on this site since the 6th century when St David, the patron saint of Wales, founded his monastery. For the past 1500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God on a daily basis which continues to this day. The present Cathedral was begun between 1180 and 1182 and is constructed in purple Cambrian sandstone. The beautiful tower still guides people today to this place of worship and pilgrimage. Today this building remains a vibrant, living church offering a place for peace, pilgrimage, prayer and devotion.

  • Daily worship
  • Choral services
  • Concerts
  • Stunning painted ceilings
  • Restored Shrine of St David
  • Education centre
  • Refectory specialising in local produce

Opening details:

9am- 5pm

Entry prices:

Free admission but donations welcome


Disabled access (partial)

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The Deanery, The Close, St Davids, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA62 6RD – Directions