St Paul's Cathedral, Dundee

St Paul's Cathedral, Dundee

Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: Castlehill, Dundee, DD1 1TD
Local Authority: Dundee
Listing: A


Church Overview

Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1853, the cathedral stands on the site of Dundee’s ancient castle. Gothic in style, but Gothic with a difference. Tall, graceful columns give an impression of lightness and airiness. Splendid reredos mosaic by Salviati of Venice. Stained glass including windows by Hardman and Scott & Drape. Organ by Hill 1865, rebuilt by Hill, Norman & Beard 1975.


Sunday 10.30 am and 6.15 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 1.10 pm

Opening Arrangements

Open Tuesday to Friday 10 am – 4 pm, Saturday 11.00am-3.00pm

Induction loop for the deaf  toilets availableand disabled

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St Paul's Cathedral, Dundee


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