Continues to be the Jewel in the High Street Crown.
Having reviewed St. Giles as one of the Volunteer Guides there, this is a continuation of my role and also a post covid review. There is a peace and serenity and a real busyness that has returned...
Don’t judge a book by its cover
The Cathedral which is not Roman Catholic, Anglican, or Episcopalian but a Church of Scotland Presbyterian fully functioning place of worship. It’s imposing outside walls and spectacular crown spi...
Cultural as well as Religious & Historical
Ramps from street, good internal ramp to main nave level. Spacious easy access to most of the building at that level.
Accessible Cathedral in the heart of Edinburgh
The Cathedral have made a massive effort with their accessibility including the main section, side chapels and their shop. Great for a spot of quite contemplation.
Simple but stunning
For an old building of such historic importance access is very good.