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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
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
We wandered by St. Anne's while exploring Belfast and decided to check it out. For a five pound entrance fee, we were permitted to explore the Cathedral. There is more to see than I thought. Some of the items that caught my attention include an...More
Average Cathedral but what surprise me they will charge you if you want to walk inside. Did Jesus took money for see him?? I would not pay to go see any church It should be for free for everyone. Also is possible to buy some...More
Walked to the Cathedral and paid the entry of 4 pounds each. Earphones systems were down given route description instead. Gorgeous inside and well cared for.
Great history and interesting. Also know as Belfast Cathedral
This Cathedral has beautiful works of Art and historical memorials.It so happened the day we visited Brian Kennedy was practicing for a Concert that night. So we really enjoyed his singing and our visit
Visited with family as an inside activity, having passed it often enough and having had many ancestors married in the former parish church which preceded it.
Entrance fee was £5 per person which included a a guide book. Staff were very friendly and helpful, and...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