Bermuda Cathedral

Appropriately located on Church Street, the Bermuda Cathedral is a neo-Gothic Anglican church designed by Scottish architect William Hay. Work began in 1886 and was completed in 1911. Much of the building is constructed from Bermuda limestone, although the decorative features are carved from Caen stone, imported from France.

Entrance to the cathedral is free, but for $3 and a bit of sweat, you can climb to the top of the impressive spire for an unequalled view of the city of Hamilton.

Anglican cathedral in Hamilton, Bermuda


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Bermuda Cathedral

Church Street
Pembroke Parish

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Reviews and Additional Information

  1. We popped in here while looking around Hamilton. It is a very beautiful church with spectacular stained glass windows. Entrance to the church is free but if you want to go to the top of the tower you have to pay $3. The view was worth it.

  2. When are services?

    • According to the official website services are at 8 am and 10 am on Sundays and 8 am on weekdays. The times are displayed on a board outside the church if you want to double check while in Bermuda.

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