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St. George's Cathedral

Kingstown, St. Vincent
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So nice to visit a Cathedral which has not been ruined by later generations with their modernizing... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Wendy H
Gosport, United Kingdom
Not properly preserved for whats it is

Not properly preserved for whats it's historic worth. Building still looks original from looking... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2017
Ronnie J
Port of Spain, Trinidad
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This historic Georgian-style church has colorful stained-glass windows.
  • Excellent32%
  • Very good48%
  • Average18%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible2%
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Reviewed yesterday

So nice to visit a Cathedral which has not been ruined by later generations with their modernizing, candles still hang in chandeliers original touches can be found everywhere although they are at present replacing some of the seating. The cathedral is situated towards the north...More

Thank Wendy H
Reviewed 29 August 2017

Not properly preserved for whats it's historic worth. Building still looks original from looking outside

Thank Ronnie J
Reviewed 2 June 2017

16th/17th century church in the middle of the West Indian island. Very interesting. It is a small building with fine details of interest.

Thank betbel2015
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Besides the Botanical Garden, not too exciting in itself, the two other sites to visit in this 'City of Arches', thanks to its covered sidewalks, are its two cathedrals, standing next to each other a bit back from the harbour area.. The Anglican St.George's Cathedral...More

Thank saronic
Reviewed 23 March 2017

Large 200-year old Georgian-style cathedral built of lava stone. It is the faith's mother church of the Windward Islands. Grounds with cemetery are being "reasonably" cared for, but the building has many structural and maintenance issues. We were beckoned inside to see the beautiful arched...More

Thank charlesthebarles
Reviewed 9 March 2017

Cathedral interior is currently undergoing renovation. Interesting to walk round to see all the wall plaques to get a sense of the colonial history.

Thank Ken18
Reviewed 17 February 2017

This beautiful church feels like a little piece of England in the centre of the Caribbean. Sitting on the main street it is surrounded by a large churchyard and is large and imposing inside, with a balcony running around 3 sides. the church is particularly...More

Thank Ges R
Reviewed 17 January 2017 via mobile

Church is being prepared for renovations so many items packed away. Stained glass window intended for St Paul's but rejected by Queen Victoria was stunning. Interesting and quirky wording on many grave stones.

Thank LorraineBoothman
Reviewed 29 December 2016

A lovely old church, beautiful woodwork and windows. Many very old memorials to the original parishioners, the cemetery has some very old stones.

Thank Adam R
Reviewed 9 November 2016 via mobile

Had to go due to a funeral but went very early. Looked around this very old lovely building, wow the jewel in the crown for the pope. The odd twist and turns showing the building and the master builders who built it is awesome A...More

Thank James H S G
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1 September 2016|
Response from Irrith_O |
The church's cemetery is in the outside yard surrounding the church. The church's office should have the records of persons who are buried there as that burial 'honor' is not given to just anybody.