Manchester Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral is the Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Mary, St Denys and St George in Manchester.

The cathedral is a vibrant worshipping community. It is also a popular venue for concerts and exhibitions. Visit to find out more.

The Booth Centre adjacent to the cathedral is a drop-in centre for homeless people which opens every day offering somewhere to meet, get advice and have a cup of tea.

The Cathedral Visitor Centre in Cateaton Street is a popular conference venue and refectory.

Cathedral tours

Manchester Cathedral’s beautiful medieval building is rich in history with its secrets waiting to be discovered.

Did you know that the original 007 was warden of the cathedral?

And who would have thought that our misericords are thought to be some of the finest in Europe, with their hidden carvings of medieval tales and legends?

Join our guided tours and get lost in a world of architecture, kings, angels, wars, art, bombs, religion and the history of the people who made the cathedral the beautiful building it is today.

Daily Guided Tours at 11am and 2.30pm
(every day except Sunday morning, all tours may be subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances).

Free of charge but all donations welcome.