Possibly built on the site of an ealier Celtic Church, Brecon Cathedral sits high up on Priory Hill overlooking the Town below.
The current Gothic Style structure was built during the 13th century and has seen much renovation over the past 200 years.
It has only held Cathedral status since 1923 when it became the establishment of the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon.
There is a heritage centre and shop which are housed in a 17th century tithe barn and open daily from 10.45am and from 12.45am on Sundays.
Next to the heritage centre are a tea rooms and restaurant that sell a variety of snacks and meals. Open daily from 8.30am (Summer) and 9.30am (Winter).
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