Every year, the Cathedral is privileged to welcome groups from around the world to visit. We can't wait to meet your group!

Group Tour Reservation Information

Please make note of the following details before requesting:

  • Groups of 20 or more are required to have a reservation to visit the Cathedral for any reason
  • Groups enjoy the benefit of a discounted admission rate
  • We are currently accepting guided tour reservations for the period from March 14 through June 30, 2022 only – please check back for Fall 2022 touring dates and information. You may submit a request to attend a worship service for any Sunday.
  • At this time, masks are not required while visiting the Cathedral

Group Tour Options

We offer a number of different tour options for visiting groups. Browse the options below before requesting a reservation.

After reading the options, please complete the reservation request form. We will do our best to accommodate as many groups as possible. You will be notified by email regarding the status of your request.

Highlights Tour (Mon–Sat only, times vary)

Explore the must-see details of the Cathedral’s dramatic art and architecture with a guided tour tailored for first-time visitors. Groups have a 30-minute guided tour of the nave (main level) and may view the crypt (lower level) after. Larger groups may be split into separate tours.

Cost: $8 per person (one driver, and one group leader and/or Guild guide free)

Midday Music Series with Docent Welcome (Mon, Wed, Fri only from 12:30–1:15 pm)

The Cathedral’s Midday Music Series is a time to hear live music in the grand, resonant space of the nave (main level). Groups are welcomed with a brief introduction to the Cathedral building and history. Then a Cathedral organist will offer an overview of the Cathedral’s 10,650-pipe organ, followed by a mini-recital. Suitable for all ages.

Cost: $10 per person (one driver and one group leader free)

Sunday Holy Eucharist (11:15 am–12:45 pm)

The Cathedral’s most popular service with choir, organist and other musicians. Services are conducted in the Episcopal tradition and held in the Nave (main level). At this time, a visit to a worship service cannot be paired with a guided tour. Groups are expected to arrive on time, remain seated, and stay for the duration of the worship service.

Cost: attending the service is free but a $50 per bus parking fee applies

Sunday Choral Evensong (4–5 pm)

One of the treasures of the Anglican tradition, Evensong is a service of sung evening prayer held on the main level. Music, sung by the Cathedral Choir, spans from the Renaissance period to the modern day. At this time, a visit to a worship service cannot be paired with a guided tour. Groups are expected to arrive on time, remain seated, and stay for the duration of the worship service. 

Cost: attending the service is free but a $50 per bus parking fee applies

Weekday Choral Evensong (Mon–Thur only, through May 24, 5:30–6:15 pm)

One of the treasures of the Anglican tradition, Evensong is a service of sung evening prayer. Music, sung by the Cathedral Choir, spans from the Renaissance period to the modern day. Held on the main level or in a lower level chapel depending on Cathedral activities. At this time, attendance at a worship service cannot be paired with a guided tour. Groups are expected to arrive on time, remain seated, and stay for the duration of the worship service. 

Cost: attending the service is free but a $50 per bus parking fee applies

“Event Parking”

Select this option if you plan to attend a special worship service or event at the Cathedral and require bus parking. Parking is $50 per bus. Additional fees may apply.

Group Visit FAQ


What areas are open to groups?

When visiting for a worship service or special event, groups are limited to the area where the service is taking place.  For Highlights Tours, groups get to explore the main level and have an opportunity to see some or all of the crypt depending on the Cathedral’s daily activities.

The 7th floor Pilgrim Observation Gallery is not open to groups at any time.  This also applies to chaperones, who are expected to stay with their group at all times.

Is photography permitted?

Photography is welcome except during worship services.

Can groups visit the gift shop?

Unfortunately, our gift shop and the Lego Cathedral remain closed at this time.

When is payment due?

Payment is due two weeks in advance of your group’s visit.