If you are visiting us by car and you have a GPS device, our post code is PH1 5PP. Parking is available behind the Cathedral down Black Watch Gardens. There is a meter for this car park of £1.10 per hour. Alternatively, there is parking for 20p for two hours or 70p for five hours at Bells Sports centre which is located on Hay street, PH1 5HS and is about a 5 minute walk from the Cathedral. We have one parking space for disabled access in the courtyard which can be accessed from Athol Street but it would be advisable to contact the Cathedral Office prior to visiting to check availability.
Trains and buses run from Edinburgh, Dundee, Glasgow and other destinations regularly and Perth Cathedral is about a 15 minute walk from both the railway station and the bus station. Walk down Leonard Street onto Hospital street. At the end of the road cross onto South Methven Street and continue onto North Methven Street. The Cathedral is at the end of the road on the left before the cross roads.
We are open to visitors from Monday to Thursday from 9am - 3pm depending on volunteer availability. All are welcome to join in our worship and information of service times can be found on this page of our website.
It is free to attend any of our services and entry to visit the Cathedral is also free however there is a donation box if visitors would like to make a contribution. Please check the opening times before planning your trip.
Toilets are available for any visitors including a disabled toilet. Perth Cathedral has disabled access for visitors and members of the congregation. Unfortunately we do not have a café but one of our friendly volunteers will be more than happy to give directions to any of the local cafes, restaurants and coffee shops.
We have a variety of activities for children at Perth Cathedral including a Children's Explorers Quiz. We also have colouring and story books for children of all ages to enjoy.
We have a variety of Perth Cathedral merchandise available for sale such as shopping bags and tea towels which will be on display in the cloisters once restoration work has been completed.
We now have a Virtual Tour where you can explore our wonderful cathedral from your computer.
Thank you to everyone involved in creating our new visitors guides! We have a lot of information packed in so we encourage visitors and locals to come and pick one up!