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My favorite part of this experience was that we were greeted prior to entering by a retired gentleman who gave us a run down on the church, and a brief overview of the area. It was a wonderfully novel idea of creating good will! But,...More
This is a must see when you go to St Augustine. It is a magnificent Cathedral. Upon entering, the sense of serenity and faith is evident. The design is simple with stained glass. Light a candle for that blessing you need.
Attended a Sunday mass here with my cousin on a rainy Sunday morning. The church is beautiful and the art work throughout is a sight to behold. The congregation was welcoming and the service was very nice. You can park behind the cathedral for $15...More
This church is both historic and gorgeous. The inside design and alters are magnificent. I was pleased to have time to pray a decade of my rosary. One negative is rude tourist talking out loud and photographing everything.
Marge did a great job making the whole tour enlightening and entertaining. She gave us a lot of info as we went around, up, down, inside, and outside the cathedral. She pointed out many interesting subtleties that went beyond the initial beauty of the space....More
Words can't describe how beautiful this church is. I wanted to cry! It has a small gift shop on the side that I was very happy about. The only problem was that we went 3 times before we could get in because there were several...More
This is a beautiful cathedral located in historic St. Augustine. Upon entering, the sense of serenity and faith is evident. The design is simple with stained glass. Light a candle for that blessing you need. It's worth visiting and a great refuge from the Florida...More
Our tiur guide was a direct descendant of the Minorcan people who came to st augustine from Spain a long time ago,she was very knowlegable and I would recommend a guide always a shse was bilingual. The basilica reminded me of Venice.