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Beautiful building and helpful staff

This is a very old atmospheric building which has been made visitor friendly without compromising... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
KImberly M
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London, United Kingdom
Pleasant church

Pleasant church, dating back to 1440 (although there was a church on the site before), in the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
FTMDave
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Adria, Italy
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31 St. John Place, Perth PH1 5SH, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a very old atmospheric building which has been made visitor friendly without compromising the integrity of the church. It's fascinating from a Historical point of view, but also maintains a sense of reverence. Also good place to buy postcards.

Thank KImberly M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Pleasant church, dating back to 1440 (although there was a church on the site before), in the centre of Perth with many pubs & restaurants nearby.

Thank FTMDave
Reviewed June 29, 2018 via mobile

My husband brought me to the Church on our anniversary and it was absolutely fantastic. Picturesque inside and out with a great wee guide to read as you stroll through. I am partially disabled and the volunteers were very helpful and kind. We spend quite...More

Thank Rosie131
Reviewed June 18, 2018

Oldest building in the City. Medieval in origin and well worth a visit. Much of its original Catholic identity has been eradicated through the ages but vestiges are still to be found in the architecture.

Thank Ian E
Reviewed May 8, 2018

Had a wonderful visit to this centrally located church --it was our first trip to Perth and the folk are so helpful-------this is a very well kept place of worship---well worth a visit to see where John Knox ---had a bit of to do !

Thank bill c
Reviewed March 29, 2018

I fell on my feet when I attended a Sunday morning service here - the welcome and interest shown by the stewards and minister were heart-warming. Being English, I don't have much knowledge of Scottish practice, but the service seemed to be traditional - without...More

Thank WharfRatNewbury
Reviewed March 16, 2018

I reviewed this church last year and came in to have another look as there was a Carillon recital with screens showing the player in his booth upstairs as the bells rang out .. They have a program of these recitals for anyone that is...More

Thank craigluscar
Reviewed December 18, 2017

I like the accoustic here and have heard some fine concerts. The setting is pleasant too, in Perth's Restaurant Quarter. But the greatest pleasure was to be allowed to climb up the belfry and onto the roof, seeing on the way the mechanism for the...More

1  Thank DavidfromPerth
Reviewed October 20, 2017

Lovely church right in centre walked round it is a worth will place on visit to Perth. It was a nice day to look at this church - nice sunny day.

1  Thank Alan D
Reviewed September 28, 2017

Well documented and with helpful volunteers this was a surprising church. Like a good story you have to visit yourself to enjoy it.

1  Thank tom g
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