Highlights: In the cathedral grounds

St Patrick's Burial Place

The large Mourne granite slab marking the traditional burial place of St Patrick. A wreath is laid there each St Patrick’s Day.

St Patrick's High Cross

A replica 8th century St Patrick’s High Cross, original stone fragments of which are housed in Down County Museum.

Highlights: Inside the cathedral

The rare 18th century organ with its Georgian gothic oak case built by Samuel Green.

The unusual wooden box pew layout.

Stained glass windows include the beautiful East Window and the visitor’s favourite, the St

A replica 8th century St Patrick’s High Cross, original stone fragments of which are housed in Down County Museum.

St Patrick’s Window.

Two ecclesiastical stone figures dating back to the early Christian period (1150).

The baptismal font which was originally the stone base of a 10th-11th century cross.

Original capitols which feature the work of 14th- 15th century craftsmen.

Regimental colours.

St Patrick's Window

Open for private prayer

11.30am - 3pm,
Mon to Sat

Even though we are currently closed for public worship the cathedral remains open for private prayer between 11.30am and 3pm, Monday – Saturday.

If you do visit please continue to follow current guidelines for everyone’s safety.

All services are live-streamed on the cathedral’s web cam.

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