The 140 foot Cathedral tower is visible all over Hamilton and offers a birds eye view of the pastel painted town. The weathered grey stone building is a few blocks of uphill walking from the port and stands proud over the landscape. The Gothic structure wasn't completed until 1991.
The altar screen depicts all of the saints that the island's churches are named after. It's cool inside - quiet and peaceful in comparison to the busy shopping streets just outside. You don't need much time here - maybe 15 or 20 minutes. Admission to the church is free; the climb to the top of the tower costs something like three dollars. Enjoy
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