Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Auckland
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Address: St. Patrick's Cathedral, 43 Wyndham Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 07:00 am - 08:30 pm Details
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About Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Auckland
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is the Mother Church of Auckland diocese. The cathedral offers so much to visitors, not just a place to worship, but also peace, serenity and lovely grounds. This simple, plain church was built of locally quarried hammered scoria and had a very substantial appearance similar to others designed by Walter Robinson at this time. A grapevine outside the cathedral is believed to have come from a vine brought to New Zealand by Bishop Pompallier.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral Information
- Active place of worship. Please maintain the tranquillity of the place.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral Opening and Closing Hours
- For Mass timings of the Church, refer the official website.
How To reach Saint Patrick's Cathedral by Public Transport
- 58 Albert Street bus stop
- 26 Hobson Street bus stop
Restaurants Near Saint Patrick's Cathedral
- HeavenScent Food
- The Grove
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Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Auckland Reviews
A wonderful cathedral worth the visit. Awesome inside so don't be distracted by outside. 😀
I haven't been there but I only go to 5 star rated places
Celebrated my wedding here. A sacrad and beautiful church. All my guests were amazed with the interior and exterior. Very well maintained.
The only and best cathedral in auckland
Honestly one of my favorite spots in Auckland. As a practicing Catholic, I honestly feel very much at home in the Cathedral. The interior is very solemn and is very helpful when trying to put yourself into a prayerful mood. And on top of that, many Mass times on Sundays is always a bonus. Lots of choice to make it, and the location is awesome. When I was working in the CBD, it was perfect to go to during my lunch breaks. It will always hold a very special place in my own journey, and I highly recommend the visit.