Timings : Monday to Sunday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:45 AM - 5:00 PM
Complimentary Guided Tours of the Cathedral:
Monday to Saturday: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
(Except Wednesday mornings and Saturday afternoons).
Time Required : 1-2 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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St Andrew's Cathedral is the largest and oldest Anglican cathedral and a Neo-Gothic architectural landmark standing magnificently in the Civic District of Singapore. With its white-stone walls, sky rising spire, lancet-shaped windows, intricate embellishments, and colourfully stained glass windows, St. Andrew's Cathedral is an awe-inspiring beauty. The stained-glass windows are dedicated to three gentlemen who played significant roles in Singaporean history - John Crawford, William Butterworth, and Stamford Raffles.
Originally erected in the 1830s, the cathedral was closed and then demolished after it suffered two lightning strikes. It was then restored in 1856 and converted into a National Monument in 1973. St Andrew's Cathedral houses several symbolic objects that represent a fragment of the Anglican Church history in Singapore. While in the cathedral premises, guests are recommended to stop by the Visitor's Centre to know about the story of these symbolic objects, as well as other aspects of its history. The Visitor's Centre also houses several interesting artefacts.