Cathedral Of The Holy TrinityCurrently Closed
- Address: 31 Rue des Jardins, Québec, QC G1R 4L6, Canada, Quebec
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 418-6922193
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Religious Site, Historical Site, Tower, Architecture , Cathedral
Cathedral Of The Holy Trinity - Review
The Anglican cathedrals were exclusive to the British Isles until the 1804, when the construction of the first cathedral was completed in Quebec City, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Modeled after London’s St.Martin-in-the-Fields, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity introduced the Palladian architecture to Canada.
A portion of the North balcony set aside for the royal family of the 1800s has been preserved and is accessible by the public. The cathedral’s bell tower and the organ pipes are other points of interest at the cathedral.
How To reach Cathedral Of The Holy Trinity by Public Transport
- Saint-Louis / du Trésor (bus stop)
- Du Fort / De Buade (bus stop)
Restaurants Near Cathedral Of The Holy Trinity
- Le Grill de Sainte Anne
- Le Pain Beni
- Cafe De La Paix
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Cathedral Of The Holy Trinity, Quebec Reviews
Wonderful church in every way. Interesting history and beautiful stained glass windows.
The beautiful small Cathedral of the Holy Trinity was founded in 1793.
Pretty English church.
Beautiful history and architecture. Access by donation, which is appreciated. Friendly and courteous volunteers/staff on site.
There, you can find a truly, genuinely welcoming congregation that addresses the challenges of the present day while preserving and celebrating its rich liturgical tradition. The cathedral is also a great venue for high-quality classical music concerts. There is a Festival of Lessons and Carols during Advent, and Evensong from time to time. The main Choral Eucharist is in English, and there is an early Eucharist in French.