This magnificent eleventh century cathedral is most often visited for its beautiful choir, vaulting and stained glass windows depicting Welsh saints.
Brecon Cathedral houses the largest Norman font in Britain and the regimental chapel of the South Wales Borderers, who won renown in the Zulu War. The cathedral also contains a rare Breeches Bible. The sixteenth century tithe barn is now a Heritage Centre and craft shop. There is an excellent restaurant in the cathedral grounds and an outstanding programme of musical events.