Lovely old cathedral, with some great building architecture both inside and outside. Also nearby is the lovely St James Park, which is nice to sit in when the weather is good.
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Oldest cemetary, beautiful but needs one wall to be fixed which is crumbling. The zooming cars nearby is disconcerting. Might want to plant more trees to cut sound out
Open to all, this cathedral provides a quiet place to get away from it all and pray for a few minutes in the midst of the busy city. People were respectful and the building is beautiful. There is no cost, but I would recommend to...More
Such a peaceful and tranquil place. I'm not catholic, but I felt at peace. Even with tourists going in and out, it's very quiet.
Beautiful church, place to pray, to meditate. Lots of peace to rest and think about life. Quiet. I recomend visiting when you are in Toronto.
The building dates from the mid 1800's, but the church community was established in 1797 and is still active and welcoming today. The stained glass windows are spectacular. Many were given in memory of a loved one. Most of them are traditional in design, but...More
the outlook is quite beautiful, but when we arrived there, it's almost 8pm, so I think the church already close, so we didn't enter it, so don't know what the inside is.