Elgin Cathedral

Elgin Cathedral

Situated in the former cathedral city of Elgin, just off the north-east coast of Scotland.

Known locally as the “Lantern of the North”, Elgin Cathedral is a ruined medieval church boasting fascinating history and unique architecture.

Opened in 1224, the cathedral was originally the principal church of the bishops of Moray. 


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Address

King St
Elgin
Moray
IV30 1HU

Contact details

Tel: 01343 547 171


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