You are welcome to visit at any time during the day. We are open from 9am – 6.30pm (Mon-Sat) and 7.30am – 4.00pm on Sunday.
The Cathedral is accessible to people with disabilities – however if you feel you may need help then please contact us prior to your visit.
Visitors to the Cathedral are invited to download the following items which will explain a bit more about the building and its history when you make your trip.
From the 1588 William Morgan Bible to the Canon’s stalls dating back to 1482, the Cathedral’s tour guide will show you around this ancient building at your leisure. Laminated versions of this document are available at the Cathedral itself, but why not download your own? A walk around St Asaph Cathedral
One of the more controversial pieces in the Cathedral is the sculpture of the Naked Christ by Michele Coxon. It aims to depict the horror of the crucifixion rather than the more sanitised images we see in the majority of Churches and Cathedrals today. About the Naked Christ sculpture