Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Anglican)

Religious Sites

31, rue des Jardins
Québec
QC, G1R 4L6

The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles. Nestled in the heart of Old Québec, it is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Québec City. While it was under construction between 1800 and 1804, King George III ordered an exceptional silver communion service for the new Cathedral that remains one of the finest examples of Georgian silver ever made. The chamber organ in this house of worship is an instrument of exceptional craftsmanship.

Access for Mobility Impaired People:
Partial

Parking:
Outdoor on site for a fee

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31, rue des Jardins
Québec, QC,
G1R 4L6
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Anglican)
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