The oldest and largest wooden structure. Very interesting if for nothing else but the historical factor. Not really much to see, interesting.
This Anglican (Episcopal) cathedral was undergoing some renovation from outside, but the doors were open to the public. It is a spacious beautiful building where visitors are allowed to walk around and take photos. The attendant at the entrance was happy to receive guests; she gave me a pamphlet, which described all aspects of the church. She said that there... 更多
It is currently undergoing a $2 million refurbishment, and thus not looking at its finest, but the magnificent wooden building is a hallmark of Georgetown. It is a truly magnificent building, and the many plaques on the wall tell a tale of daring, disease and faith among the many early settlers; a "white" history, to be sure, but an important... 更多
Enjoyable and would be an otherwise unremarkable church visit. I was there with my visiting parents and my mother spent about 45 minutes talking with one of the cleaners( never ending battle against the pigeons) and her granddaughter. One of the highlights of the trip for my mother
It's a pretty cool site in the heart of Georgetown. If you are in Georgetown you can go ahead and check it out.
St. George's is a lovely old wooden cathedral in the centre of Georgetown and is well worth a visit. Beautiful stained glass windows cast light on the interior which was surprisingly cool on a hot sunny day. The staff were pleasant and helpful and whilst you are expected to make a voluntary contribution there was no hassle to do so.