Llandaff, CARDIFF, CF5 2LA
This ancient site is dedicated to five saints and is the seat of the Archbishop of Wales. The Cathedral and its ornamentation include almost every style of architecture and decoration used during its long history. It has been the hub of the Church in Wales since the 11th century and has survived the ravages of Owain Glyndwr, Oliver Cromwell and German bombing raids. One of its particular treasures is Epstein's statue of Christ in Majesty.
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Entry free, but donations appreciated. Pre-booked guided tours £5
Open daily 9-6. Guided tours available by arrangement
Average visit 1hr
Dogs not allowed on site
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
Wheelchair access is provided at the East and West ends of the Cathedral, some areas not easily accessible
W on M4 junct 29 to A48(M), then onto A48 and follow brown tourist signs. E on M4 junct 32 onto A470 towards Cardiff, leave A48 and follow brown tourist signs