Step inside one of Scotland’s noblest medieval churches. A tower from the 1100s formed part of a later church dating to the 1200s. Sir Rowand Anderson restored the cathedral in the late 1800s.
What to see and do
- Gaze up at the four-storey red sandstone tower – the oldest part of the church, built in the 1100s
- See the weathered interior walls of the nave, which had no roof for 300 years
- Walk among the choir stalls dating from the 1400s – these rare survivals are some of the finest of their type in Scotland
- Marvel at the ornate Gothic western doorway, a truly grand processional entrance
The Society of Friends of Dunblane Cathedral are delivering guided tours at Dunblane Cathedral (as follows):
- daily from 25-28 March (Good Friday to Easter Monday) from 2pm – 4pm
- every Sunday afternoon from 2pm – 4pm in July and August.