Christ Church Cathedral (Fredericton)

Interesting
This elegant stone church, distinguished by a copper-green spire and pointed arch windows, is surrounded by large, attractive, Loyalist-built timber houses and tall shady trees. Completed in 1853 the church, modelled after the parish church of St. Mary's in Snettisham, Norfolk, is an example of the Neogothic. The interior is dominated by a hammer-beam wooden arched ceiling. On the far right hand side, look for a cenotaph with a marble effigy of Rev. John Medley, first bishop of Fredericton.

Useful information

Address : 

168 Church St., E3B 4C9 Fredericton

Phone:

+1 506-450-8500

Opening hours

all day - Guided tour available in summer: telephone for timetable

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