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St. Anne's Cathedral

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“celtic cross”(11 reviews)
“holy spirit”(6 reviews)
Magnificent St Anne's Cathedral at the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter is a treasure trove of art, culture and music. Services take place four times daily, with a sung service most days. The Cathedral has a range of choirs, including a new...more
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Donegall Street, Belfast BT1 2HB, Northern Ireland
+44 28 9032 8332
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Reviewed 7 May 2012

Beautiful building and area. Lots of war memorials and history inside.

Thank Lucyy990
Reviewed 5 May 2012

Beatiful stained glass and memorial to fallen soldiers. Make sure you see the largest Celtic cross on the outside walls. Stop by the John Hewitt pub just down the street for the best lunch we had in Belfast, complete with real ales from the North.

Thank KevinRhodeIsland
Reviewed 2 May 2012

Interesting to dander around but not on the scale of places like Koln or Westminster Abbey but you coulds pass 30 minutes here

Thank magliocco
Reviewed 27 April 2012

We have been to this cathedral many times. In fact, each time we are in Belfast my wife and I find our way to the cathedral for another visit. Outside is impressive. Inside is beautiful and very calming indeed. It is an operating church of...More

Thank WMStevensonIII
Reviewed 25 April 2012

We were welcomed at the Cathedral and given an impromptu tour which was nice and very personalised

Thank Rodger G
Reviewed 23 April 2012

well worth a visit the building wont disappoint beautiful inside

Thank fatooros
Reviewed 16 April 2012

Lovely cathedral... Rehearsal for Titanic tribute on when I was there it was beautiful. CDs in shop at door beautiful for anyone interested in Choral singing.

Thank glenpol
Reviewed 7 April 2012

very modern cathedral with a huge spike coming on its roof!

Thank Emma O
Reviewed 1 April 2012

You can't miss it due to the tall metal steeple.calm oasis in the city with welcoming staff and interesting exhibitions.

Thank Joanne M
Reviewed 28 March 2012

A really well-known landmark in Belfast used for many public services and historic events. Now part of the developing Cathedral Quarter which is fast becoming a draw for tourists, artists and musicians.

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Joan B
16 July 2018|
Response from fortunatefeet | Reviewed this property |
The architect of St Anne's Cathedral was Sir Thomas Drew
W Paul S
29 June 2018|
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Response from Tony M | Reviewed this property |
These are buoys presented to the city to mark it's maritime history by the irishCommissioners of lights who are in charge of coastal safety lighthouses etc talk of moving them to the Cathedral quarter which might be a more... More