Visit Old St Paul's church during our tour of Wellington. Was a very interesting how it was built with the roof like a boat hull plus had drawer with different styles of cloth that used at different times. Also had a small section to buy...More
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What a beautiful building, inside and out. The woodwork and stained glass windows were amazing. My only regret is that it is no longer a consecrated church - I would love to have attended a service there.
This beautiful old wooden building was the venue for my sons wedding, and what a perfect spot. It is a beautifully preserved wooden building which was the original cathedral for Wellington, and the stained glass windows are lovely - a true jewel and I highly...More
If you like churches and old architecture, going a bit farther afield to visit this small church, is worth it. A wooden structure, made of all native NZ woods, it survived a number of earthquakes while neighboring buildings did not. Emma, the guide on duty,...More
We sought this church out because it is a link with the early days of British settlement of Wellington. It does not offer regular services anymore having been replaced as an active institution by a new Anglican Church nearby. But, Old St. Paul's is beautifully...More
Old St Pauls was well worth a visit, although it is no longer being used as a church/ cathedral it is being maintained to a very high standard. There was plenty to see and enjoy.
The old wooden building is an architectural gem and well worth visiting to see the woodwork and craftsmanship - such a pity that the new cathedral is such an architectural monstrosity - this is a little treasure
This is a beautiful church, rich with history and symbolism. The guide was very knowledgable and taught me several new things about Anglican cathedrals.
Beautiful building made with amazing craftmenship and is definitely worth a visit. We took a car and were able to find a car park just along the road.
When considering a wedding venue, my partner and I were attracted to this beautiful old building. We were married here in February 2016 and we had definitely made the perfect choice. From start of planning to the ceremony itself, the people here could not have...More