Built upon the site of St David's 6th century
monastery St Davids Cathedral has been a site of pilgrimage and worship
for many hundreds of years and remains a church serving a living
community. This community is represented not only by the people of the
parish of St Davids but by all who find peace in this place of prayer
and devotion. Guided tours of the cathedral are available for groups
booking ahead. We would appreciate as much notice as possible but at
least three weeks. The group size can be almost anything but for numbers
in excess of about fifty, depending on ages, we may split into two or
more groups so that all are able to see and hear what the guide is
talking about. For nine days annually in May and June the cathedral is
host to a feast of classical music at the St Davids Cathedral Festival
under the artistic direction of Timothy Noon, the cathedral organist.
The perfect acoustic and stunning architecture of the Nave, including
its unique sixteenth century Irish oak ceiling, provide a concert venue
unrivalled in Wales.
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