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Be embraced by the beauty of this gorgeous wooden cathedral - still sacred, welcoming to all, in the heart of Wellington's heritage precinct. Breathtakingly beautiful - Wellington's famous Old St Paul's, constructed entirely of native timbers, is...more
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34 Mulgrave St | Thorndon, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
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Old St. Paul's was one of the most beautiful churches we saw in New Zealand. The woodwork and glass was gorgeous. And outside, the old wooden structure was equally beautiful. A really cool old church with a very special history. It may surprise people to...More
This is a beautiful warm old church, much nicer and warmer than a lot of the modern concrete ones that I have visited in the past. We went in as part of a walking tour around Wellington and was well worth a visit.
Coming form Wells, Somerset where there is a wonderful stone cathedral, it was a lovely contrast to see this small wooden cathedral which was beautiful in its own right.
Well worth a visit and will not take long out of your day.
I hadn't been into Old St Paul's for quite some time and had forgotten how beautiful and pioneer-looking the building was. Because the early Wellingtonians only had wood to make buildings it has the most beautiful interior. It is not huge like a cathedral would...More
Not originally built to last as long as it has, Old St. Paul's is a simply gorgeous cathedral that still, somehow, has a homey feel to it. The building is undergoing some renovation to preserve its structure, and is being lovingly cared for by a...More