Inverness Cathedral is rich in history and heritage and a wonderful example of the architecture of Alexander Ross.
Inverness Cathedral is the most northerly Anglican Cathedral in the UK. A rich history and heritage along with an insight into the history of the church in Scotland after the reformation. A wonderful example of the architecture of Alexander Ross can be found here, along with intricate craftsmanship and details carvings in both stone and wood alongside glorious stained glass windows.
The Cathedral will re-open to visitors from Monday 26th April 2021 and will be adhering to strict Scottish Government Covid-regulations to ensure the safety of staff, visitors and volunteers. The Cathedral is open to visitors on Monday - Saturday from 10am to 4pm and 11.30am to 4pm on Sundays. The cathedral is free to enter and is open all year. As we are a full working Cathedral - we ask you to be respectful if visiting when there is a gathered congregation. Inverness Cathedral is the Mother Church for the Diocese of Moray, Ross & Caithness in the Scottish Episcopal Church. Daily worship is offered and has been from 1866 when the first worship took place. Free walk around guides are available in different languages. Our Volunteer Welcomers are available during the main summer season.
The Cathedral hosts a number of concerts, events and exhibitions throughout the year.
Located within the grounds of the Cathedral, there is Ness Café & Shop, which is open 7 days per week all year round (9am to 4pm). The Café serves excellent coffee with home baking, homemade soup and other lunch menus. The Café provides gluten/dairy free and vegan and vegetarian food as well.