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More of our sites are now available to pre-book in advance of their opening later this month. We are working hard to open other sites in the coming weeks




There is a small parking area for use by visitors with mobility difficulties. Please call the Friends on 01350 723 213 well before arrival, as a gate needs to be opened. 

There is a small parking area for use by visitors with limited mobility. Please contact the Friends of Dunkeld Cathedral well before arrival, to arrange for the gate to be opened.

Visitor centre 

The east end of the cathedral is the local parish church. It has a small threshold on entry.

There is a small welcome area, shop and a museum display in the chapter house. These are run by the Society of Friends of Dunkeld Cathedral. 


Most paths around the site are paved. 

There is a wooden ramp down into the nave, which is grass surfaced. 

The bell tower which contains a display of carved stones is accessed from the graveyard, over a small threshold stone. 


There is an extensive, grassed graveyard and a grassy riverside area next to the cathedral. 


The nearest adapted toilets are about 10 miles away at: 

Welton Road 
PH10 6NB


Assistance dogs are permitted at all our sites and within roofed areas.  

Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and not left unattended. A no fouling rule applies at all our sites.

Visitors' dogs are not permitted at Dunkeld Cathedral. 

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