The Holy Trinity Cathedral is a gem amidst the compact, Catholic, stone city of Quebec. The exterior is all neoclassical balance and boldness. The interior is splendid: pragmatic woodwork, polychromatic stained glass, and white curved walls all peppered with historical highlights. This pocket of Britishness was the first Anglican Church outside the Isles.
But don't miss their bells. Sign up for the 10am or 1pm English Saturday tour the Friday before (paper signs before you reach the pews). This is the most complete and engrossing tour in town. Five centuries of change ringing history, music and mathematics are presented by Douglas Kitson. He renders the complicated process comprehensible and is thoroughly engaging. And it's free.
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