The Gothic-style Christ Church Cathedral has become one of the island’s most famous houses of worship. Its brilliant white stone tower, vaulted mahogany ceilings, detailed altar and handmade stain glass windows draw travelers to this Anglican church. Memorial plaques from the 1800s explore the history of Nassau’s previous residents, while the 400-year-old grounds and Garden of Remembrance offer travelers wandering town or docking at port for a day with a quiet, contemplative place to escape the noise of city streets.
Christ Church Cathedral is located at the corner of George Street and King Street. It is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. with communion and prayer meetings held every day but Saturday.