Inverness Cathedral (Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew) is a Scottish Episcopal cathedral situated in Inverness, Scotland. The cathedral is the most northerly cathedral in Britain, it is dedicated to St Andrew. It was completed in 1869 having been designed by Alexander Ross. Rising up on the bank of the River Ness the cathedral was built using red Tarradale stone with Peterhead granite used for the columns in the nave. The cathedral is a popular place of worship in the city.
The cathedral is a 10-15 minute walk away from ‘Inverness’ train station. The 2, 4, 17, 28 and 119 buses stop a short walk away on ‘King Street’.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open daily to visitors and admission is free.