Old St Pauls in Thorndon, in the central city, is well worth taking some time out to visit. The Anglican church was built in 1866 and is one of the best remaining examples of fully timber trussed and sarked buildings in New Zealand. The kauri sarking and matai/totara/rimu framing of the inside of the church positively glows. Combined with very pretty stained glass windows, flags, pennants and homages to its military and civilian history, it is well worth a visit - particularly if you are looking for a rainy day activity, or somewhere interdenominational to worship.
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