Worth a stop. Spectacular stained glass and stunning architecture. Be sure to check out the brass doors on front of cathedral
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We arrived on foot from Montgomery BART station - its a long steep climb - you could get a cable car most of the way. The Cathedral inside is stunning. There is a lot of stain glass including a new installation this year. The painting...More
Nob hill location with a nice green park across the street. Large space with an open feel. Stained glass windows and murals line the walls. There's a labrynth at the entrance. The outside has some church related buildings and a courtyard. Yet another labrynth here....More
We followed a 'lonely planet' walking tour which took us here. It was a beautiful oasis of calm and felt a million miles away from the rest of San Francisco. If you're I've got time and your in this part of the city then you...More
An historic cathedral, dated back to Gold Rush year of 1849. It is rebuilt from 1927 with Gothic style, since the original one was destroyed in the earthquake and fire in 1906.
A peaceful moment of escape from the city, this beautiful church is a must see if you appreciate religious architecture. Atop Nob Hill, near the Mark Hopkins and Fairmont Hotels.
I attended the 8 am service in the beautiful chapel and then had plenty of time to tour the cathedral ahead of the next mass Art work, old and modern,i s amazing, particularly Jacob's Ladder. Loved the gardens too.
Enjoy visiting this beautiful historic church atop Nob Hill, with its outside and inside Labyrinths.
This is an active Episcopal Cathedral, so you can visit services if you wish. It is located within a walking distance from Fairmont Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Pacific-Union Club( men only), Huntington Park, and The Masonic Grand Lodge of California. Stop by on Sanday at...More
You don't have to be religious to visit this amazing Cathedral. It says it's a place for all faiths...and that's rare these days. I was moved by the wonderful tribute on display to those who have lost their lives to AIDS...a beautiful memorial quilt. Go...More