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Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Bermuda Cathedral)

Church St, Hamilton, Bermuda
+1 441-292-4033
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Beautiful and peaceful!

A lovely stop during a walking tour of the City. Very peaceful, and tourists very respectful of... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Augustus V
Weston, Florida
Historical but not really old.

A nice church to visit, with some interesting interior plaques and markers. But the real fun is to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tom I
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The mother Anglican church in Bermuda, known not only for its religious, historical, and social importance, but also for its beautiful architecture.
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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Church St, Hamilton, Bermuda
+1 441-292-4033
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Reviewed 3 days ago

A lovely stop during a walking tour of the City. Very peaceful, and tourists very respectful of the fact that this is a church.

Thank Augustus V
Reviewed 1 week ago

A nice church to visit, with some interesting interior plaques and markers. But the real fun is to climb the tower if it is open. You will have to walk uphill from the port to get here, but it is worth the hike and stepping...More

Thank Tom I
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife (an Episcopal priest) and I enjoyed seeing this lovely church building with its beautiful stained glass windows, carved pulpit, and unusual reredos of saints, including two women, the BVM and St Anne. It is worth a visit. We would have loved to have...More

Thank Michael B
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Beautiful church! Only need a few mins to spend here. Wish we could've come to a service. Recommend stopping in!

Thank AdrianQJones
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Located in the heart of Hamilton City, Bermuda Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is an Anglican church. The present structure of the church that earlier went through several constructions and renovations, has been designed by the Scottish architect William...More

Thank Kris1230
Reviewed 28 September 2017

We did not get a chance to stop by and explore the church but we did get some history and photos from our tour guide.

Thank Tasia M
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Walked in with the purpose of admiring the church grounds and beauty "and the secret tower" As you enter the main area and walk straight past the pews in the middle of room and go up stairs to the stage area look L and you'll...More

1  Thank funlver007
Reviewed 18 September 2017

Beautiful old church. Would have liked to attend a mass, but time was not on our side. The chapel has many an interesting photograph and history/memorials of war dead. The stained glass is lovely.

Thank Don F
Reviewed 9 August 2017

It's a grand old church, very large and impressive. We attended a service here and were made very welcome. Nice.

1  Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

Astonishingly well kept and beautiful cathedral in the heart of Hamilton. The atmosphere is welcoming but commands respect; it is remarkably clean, barely a speck of dust sulleys the pews. Beautiful stained glass panes delicately filter light from the clear skies across the expanse of...More

1  Thank AndyBe11
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Dianne E
18 March 2015|
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Response from Dolores P | Reviewed this property |
This is an active Church and there was a sign posting service times; however, I do not know what they are. I would suggest you go on line to the Visitors Bureau for the information. I hope that helps. Enjoy your visit.