Bradford Cathedral


1 Stott Hill


Telephone: 01274 777720

E-mail: [email protected]

Bradford Cathedral

1 Stott Hill

The Cathedral is one of Yorkshire’s hidden gems and is the oldest building in the City. Visitors are constantly surprised and uplifted by this intimate and yet inspiring place of prayer. Since the first millennium Christians have worshipped on this hillside in the centre of Bradford.

Opening Times
Usually open Monday to Saturday: 8:15am – 5:30pm
Sundays 7.45am until 5.00pm: closed Bank Holidays.

Getting to the Cathedral by train or bus

If you are making a special journey to visit the Cathedral please call first as occasional events or special services, such as weddings or funerals, may prevent or hinder access.

Train: Forster Square (nearest); Bradford Interchange

Bus: Church Bank (Stop P9/P10) 613/614, 645/646, 636/637, 670, 682
Bolton Road (Stop P6/P8) 612, 640/641

Car: Follow signs for Bradford Cathedral off the A650 Shipley / Airedale Road.
The Cathedral has a small car park on Jermyn Street (off Stott Hill) and some street parking. The nearest public car park is Burnett Street (116 spaces) off Peckover Street in Little Germany.

On Foot: Access via steps off Forster Square and Church Bank; level access off Stott Hill only.

Most of the Cathedral is accessible by wheelchair via ramps and there is a disabled WC

Access information

  • Accessible toilet
  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Blue-badge parking
  • Hearing Loop system
  • Quiet place / prayer room
  • Refreshments available
  • Safe place
  • Step-free access
  • Wheel-chair access

Bradford Cathedral Website