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Galway Cathedral

University and Gaol Rds. | Cathedral Square, Galway, Ireland
+353 91 563 577
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Beautiful Cathedral

The Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas is more commonly known as Galway... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Springfield, Virginia
New but beautiful cathedral / Nová ale krásná katedrála

We were surprised how new the cathedral is - it looks remarkable, I'd say even more inside than... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paja K
Brno, Jihomoravsky Kraj, Czech Republic
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University and Gaol Rds. | Cathedral Square, Galway, Ireland
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Reviewed yesterday

The Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas is more commonly known as Galway Cathedral. We were able to walk a comfortable distance to the Cathedral for Sunday Mass. The Cathedral is the largest Catholic Church in Galway. Although new it is...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were surprised how new the cathedral is - it looks remarkable, I'd say even more inside than outside. :) Lovely gardens nearby as well. Byly jsme překvapené, že katedrála je nová, ikdyž vypadá jako z 18. století. :) Uvnitř je ještě hezčí, než zvenku!...More

Thank Paja K
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Cathedral is huge, and has a small & expensive car park on site. Difficult to work out how to enter the car park though. Beautiful artwork in the building, but I was 'told off' for taking pictures during a service, when I wasn't taking...More

Thank PennyWalters
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Galway Cathedral is a place that one must visit in Galway. Relatively new as such cathedrals go, the Galway Cathedral is truly beautiful and is replete with the history of the place for those interested. One can read the beautiful speech given by Cardinal...More

Thank steven s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This cathedral offers light, peace and opportunities for prayer and contemplation. The rippled stone and the coloured mosaic of light create the perfect ambiance for spiritual renewal.

Thank Peripatetic9
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

No drink will be found on the premises, what a disappointment. At least there is a nice picture of a bearded man in the window.

Thank EthanCleary
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were intrigued to see what was inside the dome, but the church is nothing really special. It is not super old, or super ornate. Nothing out of the ordinary.

Thank panama2000
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful cathedral but being a New Yorker St Patrick’s on 5th Ave in Manhattan is still my favorite. But this cathedral is a must see while in Galway..

Thank rrodeo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Cathedral that's over 50 years old and have been refurbished , interesting old photos of the whole building process on the site of the old Galway Jail. Nice stained glass windows in the form of rose shapes

Thank Sean L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Apart from majestic building of this structure, the different angles you can look at it, and the awe of just looking it. It’s a church with a bit of history if you’re into that craic

Thank Tomas C
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