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Attended service in St Paul's - great music

I attended the Venerable Order of St John Scotland annual service which was held, this year, in St... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ramsay M
Fortrose, United Kingdom

A relatively small cathedral. The windows are beautiful.. music concerts on Saturdays. We were... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2018
Pam D
Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I attended the Venerable Order of St John Scotland annual service which was held, this year, in St Paul's. Beautiful church, magnificent choirs, organ and brass ensemble and the sermon was first class - delivered by a former Moderator of the General Assembly - so...More

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Reviewed 22 May 2018

A relatively small cathedral. The windows are beautiful.. music concerts on Saturdays. We were lucky on our visit to hear a concert rehearsal.

Thank Pam D
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

At the start of the main city centre precinct with statue of famous Admiral Adam Duncan in the foreground. Active community cathedral with impressuve stain glass windows. For those who appreciate churches the history behind them and the place in modern society.

1  Thank iainmcleod
Reviewed 2 February 2018

Well known for its series of Saturday concerts this beautiful building is and active Christian force in Dundee .The Cathedral was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott .built in 1855 an organ was installed in 1865 3 manual pipe organ by Wm Hill & Son,...More

1  Thank craigluscar
Reviewed 20 October 2017

lovely stained glass windows and a beautifull interior, a gentleman working inside was most helpfull with directions and knowledge of admiral duncan and where he had lived in the house next door. Its lovely just to rest and appreciate its sense of peace.

1  Thank teessider39
Reviewed 21 August 2017

I grew up in Dundee and was in the cathedral more than a few times. The alter is of italian marble brought back by Alexander Penrose Forbes who spent some time in Italy for his health. I found out just a few years ago that...More

1  Thank Robert J
Reviewed 17 August 2017

The Cathedral welcomes visitors and it is always worth having a look-see. Lovely stained glass windows and nice to have looked in after the many times of just walking past.

Thank Lynne A
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Very attractive and interesting. A lovely peaceful place for a visit to get away from the busy town centre. We were made welcome and invited to have a look around

Thank Linda C
Reviewed 4 July 2017

This is a grand church. My interest is in the churches War Memorials, and there are a few there. There was what appeared to be an art exhibition when we visited. The right hand side chapel has a WW2 Memorial screen and several brass plaques.

Thank CdrMike
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Important in the city's history, it's a fairly big church jammed on a small site right downtown. Unfortunately it was closed with no info on opening hours.

Thank Thomas V
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Response from dazbaby | Reviewed this property |
hi, all iknow is the cathedral was small part as i think castlehill.Itwas then occupied by what was called castlehouse hill and st pauls cathedral.As i have been told it was destroyed by william wallace when he sacked... More