Beautiful Architecture, Beatiful ambiance it is beautiful unfinished as there are plenty of churches in Bermuda.
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Not a huge attraction but for the history buffs its very interesting learning the backstory of this building
A lovely mini-excursion. Beautiful design work now derelict but thankfully preserved. Helpful information on wall plaque outside explains history of the building. It would be great if tours were offered but assume this is to do with health and safety concerns. Atmospheric building. Definitely worth...More
Just outside of St. George, the original capital of Bermuda and a world heritage site, you'll come across what looks like ruins but in reality are what's left of an unfinished Anglican cathedral dating back to the latter half of the 19th Century. For safety...More
You could tell that this cathedral would have had soooooo much character if it were completed! It's a shame that you can't walk inside, but you could still get some great photos. Worth a quick side trip!
Due to danger inside- can only be appreciated from an external view. It is up on the hill - alone and away from the hustle and bustle of the town. It would be great if it was in better condition so it can be enjoyed...More
this would have been a very impressive church had it been finished. worth walking around the perimeter
We took a walk to see the unfinished cathedral and it was worth it. It's off York street past the Gardens. It's interesting to see and a little creepy. You can't go inside the cathedral itself because it is blocked off due to structural issues....More