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Holy Trinity Cathedral

St. Stephen's House | 9 St. Stephen's Avenue, Auckland 1001, New Zealand
+64 9-303 9500
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St. Stephen's House | 9 St. Stephen's Avenue, Auckland 1001, New Zealand
+64 9-303 9500
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Reviewed 21 November 2016

Holy Trinity Cathedral located in Parnell Auckland is a truly magnificent architectural masterpiece with spiritual ambience. You may visit this impressive cathedral when you visit the Parnell Rose Gardens or Auckland Domain War Memorial Museum nearby.

Thank VikramWKarve
Reviewed 31 October 2016

The largest expanse of stain glass in the southern hemisphere awaits the visitor in the main cathedral. Keep walking in deeper, to the left past the baptistry and to the hallway before the choir area. In the rear of the building you will find the...More

1  Thank Julie S
Reviewed 1 October 2016

Though finishing up a major renovation, this is a wonderful place to worship. A newly installed pipe organ will add grandeur.

3  Thank Kenneth M
Reviewed 22 August 2016

This Cathedral is just up the road from the Rose Gardens and is a great place for time out and reflection during the day.

Thank Narziss
Reviewed 10 July 2016

I love churches for their architecture and their stain glass windows. This one is a gem. One of the stops on the Hop On/Hop off route. I recommend that you hop off. There are staff who give a mini tour of sorts.

Thank Dickson0202
Reviewed 27 May 2016

You can't help but be captivated when you see the cathedral! Stain glass windows, you can go and just sit in silence from from the busy Auckland lifestyle... It's a must see!

2  Thank Ustwoguys
Reviewed 12 May 2016

Our friend who took us here had attended this church when he was young. There have been additions since then. It's very airy and minimally decorated inside. A feeling of openness.

Thank Scott8147
Reviewed 9 May 2016

It's worth checking out this place while you're in Parnell. The architecture is impressive and staff are friendly. Don't miss St Mary's next door!

2  Thank zmanCalifornia
Reviewed 16 April 2016

While the main part is not too old the addition is newer and it all fits together. Windows are modern style apart from the one over the door which is more traditional. Works well. Go to st Mary's never door which is a SUPURB example...More

2  Thank rama1
Reviewed 17 March 2016

My wife and I visited this magnificent Cathedral and tentatively walked inside to be greeted by an interior that took our breath away, the old and the modern coming together as one impressive work , the stained glass is something that really cannot be described----...More

2  Thank Rodney B
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John D
Easter Sunday service times, distance & means of access from Cruise Terminal please ?
29 March 2015|
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We would like to go to an Easter Sunday service at Holy Trinity Cathedral. after arriving on a Cruise ship earlier on Easter Sunday. Would like to know the distance from terminal to Cathedral ,if there is public transport & Easter Sunday service times if possible .. Thank you. Daphne & John.
29 March 2015|
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Response from 247Travel | Reviewed this property |
Hi Daphne and John There is a bus called The Link which travels down Customs Street which will drop you at the door of the Cathedral. Customs street is one block back from Quay Stret, the road that runs along the gates to... More