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Unfinished Cathedral, St. George
(3.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Explore Unfinished Cathedral a historic landmark of the town, only 15 minutes from the center of St. George. Many stories exist as to why the cathedral was never completed. The construction began in 1874, and was supposed to feature a Gothic fa├žade. With no roof constructed, lush green grass grows where the church aisles should be and the support pillars have crumbled and are covered in mould. Despite the church's incomplete structure, it has been frequently used for wedding ceremonies in the past. Arrange your visit to Unfinished Cathedral and discover more family-friendly attractions in St. George using our St. George trip builder.
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  • A very serene, beautiful unfinished piece of history. A short walk from the centre of St Georges. Lovely to take photos and read about why it was never finished, I am sure it would have been even more...  more »
  • We were on a bus tour of Bermuda and got to see this one of a kind place. I would love to know more about it but our tour guide said that it has been like this for as long as anyone can remember. If y...  more »
  • This is what it is, an unfinished Church. Looks cool and it is an easy walk from city center. I would visit if you are already walking to beach. Not much to see. 
  • Looks nice from the outside. Unfortunately it is closed due to structural issues uncovered in recent survey.
  • Really a spectacle to behold. Incredible beauty all around.
  • Really cool place. Came here in 2013
  • A sight to see how we build with our local lime stone.
  • Wow perfect please protact me I am sripattharawade chotikul and fammily thank you