The Cathedral Church of All Saints, Derby, is the number-one tourist destination in the city.
And no wonder!
It is steeped in history, boasting an 18th-Century wrought iron rood screen, manufactured by Robert Bakewell, and the tomb of Bess of Hardwick.
Whatever your reason for visiting Derby Cathedral, you can be assured of a warm welcome - whether it's to one of our special events or to one of our regular services - or because you simply want to take a little time out of a busy schedule to pray, or to enjoy a few minutes of solitude and reflection.
You'll also find a number of carefully selected events and concerts taking place inside.
Our door is open to all - please don't hesitate to walk through it.
And please do use the links on the left to find out more about our services and other events.