St. John's Church, Bathsheba

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About St. John's Church, Bathsheba

St. John's Church, Bathsheba - Address, Phone Number

Address: Hackleton's Cliff, St. John Parish, Barbados

Phone: +1-2464335599

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 08:00 am - 11:00 am Details

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Built in the year 1831, this classic and surreal Gothic church was constructed to replace a previous structure which had been destroyed by a hurricane. Some facts about the church:

  • The churchyard contains the body of Ferdinand Paleologus, believed to be a descendant of Constantine.
  • Late Prime Minister of Barbados, Hon. David John Howard Thompson was also laid to rest at this site.
  • The church premises house a beautiful Westmascott statue.
  • The church offers spectacular views of the East Coast.

St. John's Church Information

  • Call up the church to inform you are visiting.

St. John's Church Ticket Prices

  • Entrance fees in the form of donations are accepted.

How To reach St. John's Church by Public Transport

  • Hiring a taxi or renting a car/ bicycle is recommended.

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  • Beautiful old Gothic style church with a very interesting cemetery in the back.

  • A nice quiet Anglican church, with a historical burial ground

  • A historic church building with cemetery and gardens. Peaceful ambiance. Magnificent views.

  • A beautiful place... it is surprised just to think that a man from the last imperial dynasty of the Byzantine empire died here (Φερφιναδιος Παλαιολογος) this historic places make the New World show more charm.....

  • Beautiful church, worth a visit to see it's interior, exterior and tombs.

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