Glasgow Cathedral is a short walk from the city centre, next to the Royal Infirmary Hospital; it is easily accessible by public transport. Admission free.

Information on tours at Glasgow Cathedral can be found here.

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The Gatehouse is a project to create a base for The Society of Friends of Glasgow Cathedral.

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The Society of Friends of Glasgow Cathedral organise events in January around the St Mungos Festival.

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The Cathedral is situated just off Castle Street, Glasgow – which is at the eastern end of Cathedral Street

From George Square go North along the side of Queen Street Station on North Hanover Street. At the traffic lights, turn right and travel East along Cathedral Street to the end. Cross the road at the junction with Castle Street. The Cathedral Precinct is on your right.

Opening Times

The Cathedral building is open to visitors at the following times during the year:

Summer (April to September)

  • Weekdays between 9.30am and 5.30pm
  • Saturdays between 9.30am and 5.30pm
  • Sundays between 1.00pm and 5.00pm

Winter (October – March)

  • Weekdays between 9.30am and 4.30pm
  • Saturdays between 9.30am and 4.30pm
  • Sundays between 1.00pm and 4.30pm

There is a Service of Choral Evensong held in the Nave each Sunday at 4:00 pm to which visitors are most welcome.

The Cathedral is closed on December 25 and 26, and on January 1 and 2.


1st January 1970

Sunday morning services are held in the Cathedral at 11.00am. Holy Communion is celebrated after the morning service on the first Sunday of each month in one of the East Chapels or the Blacader Aisle. A service of Choral Evensong will be held in the…

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1st January 1970

View the live broadcast HERE. We’ve created a new viewer page which is generally more efficient, and if you have difficulty seeing the service once it becomes “live” (generally about five minutes before four o’clock)…

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