Visit Your Visit Visitor Information Welcome to St Albans Cathedral "It is a real joy as well as a relief to be able to let people into the Cathedral again, although of course for the time being we will have to be careful about numbers and distancing. I hope everyone will feel able to come and enjoy the peace and sense of presence, and perhaps to light a candle and pray for an end to the pandemic, and for those it has most badly affected". - The Very Reverend Dr Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans. Banner image: Dave Wood. Opening Times St Albans Cathedral will be open once again from Monday 15 June. We’ve worked very hard to make sure that visitors, volunteers and staff can enjoy the Cathedral in the safest way possible. We can’t wait to welcome you back very soon. Opening hours: Monday - Saturday | 10am - 4pm Sunday | 12 noon - 4pm In line with Government guidance the Cathedral will be open for private prayer and reflection. We will continue to live stream our Sunday Eucharist on our YouTube channel. Safety Measures A one way route is in operation starting from the Welcome Centre, with numbers entering the Cathedral limited at any one time. Visitors are asked to keep two metres apart from other groups. Regular cleaning takes place throughout the day and hand sanitiser units are available in the Cathedral. Chairs have also been spaced out in the nave. Map of the one way route Access Accessibility for all our visitors is an important part of our welcome and mission. For all information about access to the Cathedral, from step-free entrances for buggies and wheelchairs to accessible toilets, please click here. We cater for children and young people at the Cathedral, including baby-changing facilities, buggy parking and children's activities. Find out how our younger visitors can make the most of their visit here. The Cathedral and Abbot's Kitchen Café is pleased to be dog-friendly, but we kindly ask that they are kept on a lead. Photography Photography is warmly encouraged on your visit, but we do not permit the use of tripods and drones due to health and safety risks. For any photography of filming requests, unique, personal or commercial, please contact [email protected] or call 01727 890210. Getting here The Cathedral is easily accessed via all forms of transport, but unfortunately visitor parking is not available. Find out how you can find us here.