The Cathedral is open for worship, with some services held inside the Cathedral and streamed online. Everyone is welcome. View service listings.
On occasion, for special services and events, temporary closures or limited access are necessary. If you are making a special visit please do check our list of temporary closures.
Mon – Sat: 9am – 5pm
Sun: 11am-3pm (from 5th September, 12pm – 3pm)
Open Mon – Sun: 10am – 5pm
Open daily: 10am – 4pm. Takeaways and outdoor seating available.
Kings & Scribes: The Birth of a Nation (Including the Morley Library).
Mon – Sat: 10.30am – 4.30pm (last entry at 4pm)
Sun: 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Mon – Sat: 9am – 5pm
Dean Garnier Garden
Like many other cathedrals, we charge visitors an admission fee for entry, which helps to defray our maintenance and running costs. When you buy an entry ticket, you’re eligible to visit as often as you like for 12 months. Your visit also helps to support the work of the Dean and Chapter. The Cathedral receives no funding from State or Church so we are reliant on the contribution made by our congregation, community and visitors.
Pay today and visit as often as you like for 12 months.
Adult – £9.95
Concession – £8.00
Student – £6.50
Children under 16 (with family) – Free
Tower tour – Book from 19 May 2021
Audio tour – Available.
Are you eligible for Gift Aid?
If you are a UK taxpayer, please ask to Gift Aid your admission.
Gift Aid admission allows us to reclaim tax on the full amount paid, so for every £1 you give the Cathedral can claim an extra 25p.
Our visitors’ chaplains, identifiable by their bright blue chaplain’s collar, are available in the Cathedral on most days. As well as leading hourly prayers, they are available for a chat, to listen and to offer informal prayer.
Visitors are welcome to take photographs for personal use. Photography is not allowed during services and no commercial photography is permitted within the Cathedral or Cathedral grounds. For information about commercial photography, view our filming and photography page.
While we welcome guide dogs, hearing dogs and support dogs in Winchester Cathedral, we kindly request that visitors restrict all other animals to the Cathedral grounds. We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause.
We also kindly request that visitors refrain from bringing food and drink into the Cathedral (with the exception of bottled water).
Thank you for your understanding.
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