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Dunblane Cathedral


The lower part of the tower is Romanesque, but the larger part of the building is of the 13th century.

Dunblane Cathedral

One of Scotland’s noblest medieval churches. The lower part of the tower is Romanesque, but the larger part of the building is of the 13th century.

Sir Rowand Anderson restored the Cathedral in 1889-93.

Highlights

  • The tower – this four-storey red sandstone structure dates from the 12th century and is the oldest part of the church, located in an unusual position on the south aisle of the nave.
  • Choir stalls – dating to the 15th century, these rare survivals are some of the finest in Scotland.
  • The west front – this grand Gothic processional entrance is elaborately carved.



Green Tourism Award - Silver

Location

Region – Central and West
Postcode: FK15 0AQ

Opening arrangements

Summer
25 March - 30 September, Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun, 9.30am to 5.30pm (Sundays from 2pm) Last entry 5pm.

Winter
1 October - 24 March , Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun, 10am to 4pm (Sundays from 2pm) Last entry 3.30pm.

Admission prices

Free Admission, donations welcome.

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6 May 2016

Weaving the Unicorn exhibition

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David Roberts Exhibition

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Kaleidoscope II

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