Very rare place. The whole cathedral is from wood. Good conserved. Some paintings of the crusade road
Is this activity accessible without advanced planning or bookings?
Is this attraction good for big groups (greater than 5)?
Is this attraction good for small groups (less than four)?
Is this attraction suitable for all ages?
Is a certain dress code required at this attraction?
Is this attraction free to the public?
Would this be a good rainy day activity?
Is this attraction accessible using public transportation?
Is this attraction wheelchair accessible?
Does this activity require advanced planning, ticketing or bookings?
Thanks for helping!Share another experience before you go.
I have traveled a lot, but this Cathedral is by far the most interesting and beautiful I have ever visited...the word work is very impressive inside and out!
Had I just walked by and not been taken by Orange Tours on the city tour, I never would have bothered to go inside. Once inside, the wooden walls and structures are carved and beautifully designed.
I visited this cathedral on a Sunday and didn't dare to go further inside then the back. Although I was wearing a shirt and my shorts came to over my knees, I didn't think it was a good idea to wander further inside. There was a sign with dress code in the back, this church/cathedral is made of wood, to... More
being the tallest and oldest wooden structure in the Caribbean, this is a must see when visiting Paramaribo. Located in the center of the city, it is at walking distance from the riverside/hotels.
The Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral is stunning, both outside and in. My friends and I went on Saturday evening to attend mass, even though most of us aren't Catholic. We were welcomed warmly, and papers with the English scripture readings were provided near the entrance. Afterward, a nun told us about the history and significance of the building, which... More
The outside as well as the inside of the cathedral are really beautiful. You can visit the cathedral for free and it is located in the centre of town. The Cathedral is made of wood an is pretty big. It is restored a few years ago and this is done pretty good. This is a must see if you visit... More
It may not be the largest wooden building/church of the Guyanas, but in my opinion it's the most impressive one. Really great architecture - worth to visit! Make sure you wear long trousers when you want to look inside, and a t-shirt (no sleeveless tops).
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.Claim Your Listing
Hello, are there any English-language Masses celebrated at this particular church? Thanks in advance.