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Dunblane Cathedral

1 April to 30 September: Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 5.30pm Sunday, 2pm to 5.30pm 1 October to 31 March: Monday to Satuday, 10am to 4pm Sunday, 2pm to 4pm Last entry is 30 minutes before closing. Monument closes for lunch daily from 12.30pm to 1.30pm. It may also close for church services.


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.
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