very old and grand church. Very nice stain glass windows inside. would certainly take a peak inside again.
About St. Dunstan's Basilica
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Excellent church opened in 1919 and well looked after. The interior is exquisite and well worth the visit. Just love how they built these structures years ago before technology
St. Dunstan's Basilica is partly the result of Father Angus MacEachern's efforts. A Scottish priest who arrived in PEI in 1790. He was the only priest in PEI and Nova Scotia. Take a look for the small boat he used to get between PEI and...More
The basilica is much larger than I expected and open to the public during the day. So nice to be able to go inside and sit quietly in this peaceful place.
Nothing special. Not really old: it was rebuilt in 1916. If you have not seen churches in Europe, you might be impressed. I have seen hundreds of gorgeous churches and cathedrals, so this one did not impress me at all. As well as Charlottestown itself:...More
Friendly and welcoming congregation. So nice to hear the bells ringing again after so many years. Beautiful church inside and out