Inverness Cathedral is the most northerly Anglican Cathedral in the UK. It is rich in history and heritage, with insight into Scotland’s church life after reformation. The architecture of Alexander Ross can be seen through intricate craftsmanship and carvings made from both stone and wood, as well as beautiful stained glass windows. Starting Monday 26th April 2021, it will open to visitors under strict Covid-regulations imposed by Scottish Government for safety reasons; opening hours are 10am – 4pm (Monday – Saturday) or 11:30am – 4pm on Sundays free of charge all year round. Since 1866 when its first worship took place, Inverness Cathedral has been a full working Mother Church for Diocese of Moray, Ross & Caithness within the Scottish Episcopal Church offering daily services along with seasonal concerts events exhibitions plus volunteers who provide walk around guides available in different languages during summertime only.. Additionally there’s Ness Café & Shop located inside grounds that provides coffee home baking soup lunch menus gluten/dairy free vegan vegetarian options which opens 7 days per week 9 am – 4 pm all year long too!
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