Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Bermuda Cathedral), Hamilton
(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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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The cathedral is light and airy and in the heart of Hamilton, a short walk from the bus station and ferry terminal. We visited on Saturday lunchtime and realized before we entered that we would not be...  more »
  • This an old world Cathedral. The deep dark wood. The pipe organ. The kneelers had small pillows. The alter and pulpit has the old religion. Would have loved to attend there bible study but it was held...  more »
  • The cathedral is beautiful and rich with history. From the beautiful carved wood to the stain glass windows this building is a gem. It is close by to the bus terminal and a short walk from the ferry. 
Google
  • Beautiful church, inside and out
  • Awesome place. A must see when visiting bermuda.
  • Yes'
  • Must see