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What a wonderful visit to a very historical and architecturally beautiful cathedral. It is set just a short walk from downtown next to the fast flowing River Tay. Note: if you are driving, best to go to the North Car Park - plenty of spaces...More
A beautiful old cathedral set perfectly on the banks of the river Tay. As beautiful as it is on the outside the inside was a bit plain. It was wonderful to go in and look around but the inside didn't match the beauty of its...More
We happened to be driving through this small town on our way to the Cairngorms but we stopped as this cathedral caught our eye. It is free to enter but requests a donation. Lots of history including an audio guide inside. There is a small...More
Despite being within half an hour of closing time, visitors were arriving to view the cathedral. Such an interesting structure with the nave in ruins and the choir serving as the present church. The volunteer who was locking up provided more information about the consistory...More
Beautiful cathedral situated on a gorgeous riverside. Thousand years of history is part of the tale. Nice explanations inside the active part of the church. Pretty town to stroll through around the site as well.
The cathedral is open to the public and is free. Inside there are many relics, all with good information boards. It is the regimental church of the Black Watch, whose cadet barracks are in town.
The ruins of the old cathedral are attached and are...More