The historic Cathedral Church of St Anne in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter holds daily and Sunday Services and welcomes visitors from all over the world
The Dean and the community of Belfast Cathedral invite you to visit this beautiful building which has stood for more than 100 years as a place of Christian worship in the heart of the city.
Services take place four times daily and there is no entry charge for services or for private prayer.
Visitor highlights include:
- The unique and beautiful Spire of Hope – a solution to Belfast Cathedral’s sinking problem
- The Tomb of Lord Carson, a hero of Ulster Protestants, and the ONLY person buried in St Anne’s
- A different type of sinking, the hand-crafted Titanic Pall represents a stunning memorial to those who died on the ill-fated ship
- An inspirational Prayer Book handwritten on rice paper in a Korean PoW camp, one of the highlights of our Regimental Chapel
- Our Baptistry roof is composed of 150,000 pieces of glass and tells the story of the Creation
- Our genuine Coventry Cross of Nails, a true symbol of peace and reconciliation
The Spectacular Autumn Vintage & Handmade Fair
Frock Around The Clock will be returning to Belfast's Cathedral Quarter and the stunning location of Belfast Cathedral on Saturday 16th September 2017 for The Spectacular Autumn Vintage & Handmade Fair.
This event will feature around 70 sellers of beautiful and original vintage and handmade treasures including fashion accessories, jewellery, furniture, homewares, collectables, textiles & decor, artisan food, art, crafts and gifts, & much more besides!
Do your vintage and handmade shopping in splendour and also take an audio tour of the Cathedral which is included in the admission cost of £3 (normally costs £5 but this will be reduced to £3 on the day of the event and will include access to the fair and all parts of the Cathedral open to the public). All proceeds from the admission fee will go to Belfast Cathedral.edral open to the public. All proceeds from the admission fee will go to Belfast Cathedral.