St Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral
St Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral is one of the most architecturally distinguished buildings in Aberdeen City Centre, incorporating work by Archibald Simpson, Sir Ninian Comper, and Robert Lorimer. As the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney, its style of worship draws on the rich Anglican tradition of liturgy and music. Throughout the year, there are choral services at 10.45am and 3.30pm each Sunday, and a free concert at Saturdays at noon. From June to September, the cathedral is open to visitors Tuesday - Friday 10am-3pm, with guides on hand. In addition, cathedral guides offer a one hour pilgrimage walking tour taking in four city centre locations that have played a key part in Aberdeen's religious history.