St. George's Cathedral, Kingstown

#4 of 7 in Historic Sites in St. Vincent
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Rising above its surroundings with an unusual bell tower, St. George's Cathedral demonstrates 16th-century colonial architecture at its finest. A devastating hurricane in 1780 destroyed the church, which was finally rebuilt by 1820. Today, it serves as heritage site and a sanctuary. The church and its numerous stained glass windows have sadly fallen into disrepair in more recent years, so some areas may not be accessible at time of visit due to the restoration process. Plan your St. George's Cathedral visit and explore what else you can see and do in Kingstown using our Kingstown driving holiday planner.
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  • Directly opposite St Mary's cathedral and just off the main road running down from the cruise terminal (about 15 minutes walk away), this rather notable looking building is just off the main road...  more »
  • Active church, nice garden just behind and some interesting pieces of information on local culture, history and important people. Like everywhere in the city, some refurbish works would make wonder.  more »

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