Explore one of England’s great medieval cathedrals
For almost 900 years this building has been a place of sanctuary, prayer, and music. We look forward to welcoming you to discover this stunning sacred space.
A Warm Welcome from the Dean of Bristol
Bristol Cathedral is set in the heart of the lively and diverse city of Bristol and its coastal and rural surroundings. Bristol Cathedral is open to everyone, and we hope that you will find a warm welcome here, whether you chose to tour our historic building, enjoy the peace and calm of our chapels and garden, attend an event or exhibition, or join us for worship.
We treasure our heritage, especially our wonderful tradition of choral music which everyone can enjoy at no charge.
We join with our Bishop and Diocese in seeking to live out our values of openness, generosity, creativity, and bravery as we follow Jesus, serve others, and transform communities. We are an open and inclusive community that seeks to reach out to love and serve those around us.
Do come and see us!
The Very Revd Dr Mandy Ford
Dean of Bristol
Plan Your Visit
Looking to visit Bristol Cathedral? Whether you’re looking for information about how to find us, opening hours, parking, or facilities available on site, this is the place to look.Find out more
Discover 900 years of history on one of our captivating guided tours. Adventure through almost a millennium of tales, mysteries, and architectural feats. If you’ve got a head for heights, why not join a tower tour?Find out more
We are committed to making Bristol Cathedral accessible to all. Find out what measures are in place in our historic building to ensure equal access.Find out more
Bring your group for a visit to Bristol Cathedral. We offer a wide range of group visit packages, from self-led visits and highlights tours to tower tours and special interest visits.Find out more
Bring your group for a visit to Bristol Cathedral. We offer a wide range of group visit packages, from self led visits and highlights tours to tower tours and special interest visits.Find out more