St. Saviour's Church :, Bar Harbor

#5 of 9 in Historic Sites in DownEast and Acadia Maine
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Church
Part of a complex of buildings built during the 19th and early 20th centuries, St. Saviour's Church : stands as a fine example of the English Gothic style. Mostly done in wood--which dominates the dark interior--and stone, the church posses stained glass windows made of Tiffany glass. In addition to the main church, the grounds include a rectory, a memorial garden, a parish hall, and a parish house. Stroll across the lawn and maybe venture into the adjoining cemetery if you wish to see centuries-old tombstones. Plan a Bar Harbor trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • I am in no way religious but I appreciate stained glass and architecture. This old church is beautiful from the outside and filled with history. Some of the stained glass windows located within this.....  more »
  • I always enjoy older architectural structures while visiting a location. Bar Harbor offers St. Saviour’s church where you will find a wooden structure built in the 1800s. In New England you find...  more »
  • beautiful peaceful. how kind we can come in to have a look around .
  • Beautiful church to take a quiet moment in a busy town.

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