We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Somewhat overshadowed by the magnificent Derby Cathedral but no less beautiful St Mary's Church is a fantastic looking Grade II listed church not to far from Derby's famous Cathedral.
St Mary's Church replaced a smaller church on this spot and was constructed by 1839 ,designed...More
While recently visiting Derby we went along to St Mary's Church after seeing the Cathedral.
St Mary's architect was Augustus Pugin who completed his final designs on March 17th 1838. The foundation stone was laid on Queen Victoria's Coronation Day on July 28th 1838.
This Pugin masterpiece is approached from the city across a pedestrian bridge over a busy highway. It makes a dramatic approach. Entering the church, I am met by two very friendly welcomers who obviously love their church. What a difference good welcomers make! But this...More
A Pugin Masterpiece this is a beautiful church which has been well restored .It is Pugin before he got all serious and all the better for it .The whole thing is an airy delight and is a pleasure to visit .Although being cut off from...More
The Catholic Church of St Mary's is on Bridge Gate Darley Lane Derby,it's Architect is Augustus Pugin, he also designed Big Ben Tower at the Houses of Parliament.the church it self is beautiful,with beautiful stained glass windows at the back of the nave ,and on...More
Designed by Achitect Pugin (responsible for the clock tower 'Big Ben' at the palace of Westminster in London), St Marys is an oasis of calm in the city centre. Just a couple of minute's walk from the Cathedral, the beautiful vaulted interior is bathed in...More
Stumbled upon this church by going for a walk through Derby city centre. Tucked away over the road bridge, very pretty church. A kids club was going on when we visited but we were still allowed to wander around at our leisure.
I discovered St Mary's on my first visit to Derby. Someone was playing the organ and it was very soothing. It is a superb church. The lady Chapel has just been restored and is worth a look. The church was supposed to be the cathedral...More