We happened to come across the cathedral, which is down the street from the more visible Pirate Museum. Entrance is free. The stained glass, woodwork, and other art is beautiful. An employee allowed us access to the small garden in the back for photos, also very lovely. There is a great deal of history here; you can see names of church leaders, congregation members, and visitors over many years in various places. It was nice escape from the many souvenir and jewelry shops just a few steps away. If I could plan our day over again, I would be more strategic in selecting specific areas we wished to visit while in Nassau for the day and certainly make this one of the stops.
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