Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Bermuda Cathedral), Hamilton

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
The magnificent facade of Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Bermuda Cathedral) is matched only by its interior. Built primarily from limestone in the gothic revival style between 1886-1905, the church was officially consecrated in 1911, serving as the mother church of the Anglican diocese in Bermuda. As you enter, the glow from the ornately decorated stained glass windows will wash over you, with silhouettes of many of the carved Caen stone decorations from France drawing you in for a closer look. You can climb the striking church tower, its 157 steps leading you to panoramic views of the city of Hamilton and the harbor. Make Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Bermuda Cathedral) part of your personalized Hamilton itinerary using our Hamilton itinerary builder.
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  • This is a classic Gothic cathedral like you would see in European cities or New York City. The pulpit is meticulously carved and beautiful. The altar area is richly sculptured, evidence of the craftsm...  read more »
  • A lovely church with a rich heritage. There is much to see and take in here and if you are energetic you can climb the tower for a panoramic view of Hamilton for a small fee. 
  • Very nice cathedral and free to visit except for the small charge to climb the tower. Small stone spiral staircase two thirds of the way up which changes to large wooden stairs for the last third. Vie...  read more »
  • Awesome place. A must see when visiting bermuda.
  • Must see
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