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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
All reviews stained glass celtic cross holy spirit nice church interesting features guide book entrance fee audio tour worth a visit steeped in history walk around gift shop city centre visiting belfast choir mosaics pall
Went to visit this place and experience Evensong. This takes place every weekday evening starting at 5 30 pm. Each evening a different choir takes the service. it lasts about 45 minutes and you can join in . It is a great way to unwind...More
Cathedral is lovely inside, beautiful stained glass windows and exhibits well displayed. We did not take an organised tour, however all the staff are very friendly and passionate about sharing their knowledge with lots of humour. The unusual steel 'spire of hope' which can be...More
St Annes Cathedral was closed but I knocked on the door & told the lady that my family had donated 3 stained glass windows inside of the church & I had come all the way from Australia to see them & only had the day...More
Welcoming building and very serene and calm. Beautiful stained glass. Friendly staff. Thankfully it is a regular place of worship and asks only for donations unlike many other cathedrals which can be prohibitively expensive.
We don't miss too many cathedrals when we visit any city and the Belfast Cathedral or St Anne's didn't disappoint. There was a fee to enter. It's not an ornate cathedral at all but very interesting considering the location and the city history. Don't walk...More
St Annes Cathedral is the Belfast Cathedral for the Church of Ireland, which is a Protestant Church within the Anglican Communion. It is a good looking church, but not spectacular. You must pay a fee to enter. Go before 5:00 pm, or you will not...More
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
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 appropriate place for them T