Portsmouth Cathedral welcomes visitors for services, tours or simply a wander around.
The Cathedral is normally open to the public from 10am on weekdays and from after morning prayer on Saturday and between services on Sundays. The Cathedral closes after Evensong or Evening Prayer each day.
The understated beauty of Portsmouth Cathedral inspires the many
visitors that come here. Its light coloured stone and towering
bronze doors change their hue with the seasons and with the rising
and setting of the sun.
Unique to this beautiful Cathedral is the nave with its huge arches,
pillars and immense feeling of space.
Explore Portsmouth Cathedral where new and old embrace in a seamless
portrayal of history and where faith and culture stand side by
One of the most valued aspects of Portsmouth Cathedral is its
welcoming and friendly atmosphere whatever your beliefs and interests.
Facilities and Services for adult
visitors. Guided tours.
There is a 'build-on'
teaching model of the Cathedral - helpful for our visually impaired
visitors. A 'loop' system for services is available for visitors
with hearing impairment. There is an (aided) disabled person's lavatory.
Wheelchair users have access to all parts of the Cathedral.
There is no entrance charge for visitors but donations are welcome to assist in the maintenance of this ancient building.
To arrange for a guided tour of the Cathedral please contact:
Rachel Richardson on 02392 892965 or
email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Think about the things
that are true and honourable and right and
pure and beautiful and respected…And the God who gives peace will be