Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Columbia

#2 of 14 in Historic Sites in Columbia
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Trinity Episcopal Church, now known as Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, is the first Episcopal and the oldest surviving sanctuary in Columbia, South Carolina. It is a Gothic Revival church that is modeled after York Minster in York, England. It was named to the National Register of Historic Places on February 24, 1971.
Trinity Church is on east side of Sumter Street between Gervais and Senate Streets. It is directly east of the South Carolina State House.

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  • This is the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. 1915-1920 All in beige Great place with trees. It is in the Phoenix Historic Preservation. I walked here. It was so calm. No noises. Wow!  more »
  • Only saw the outside as churches are still closed down. Went through the cemetery and visited the gravesites of so many Southern heroes of the Civil War. An added bonus were the burial sites of...  more »
  • Maybe the most beautiful Church building in Columbia! Truly takes you out of this world. Gorgeous architecture, perfectly painted and preserved. Go on Sunday Choral Evensong at 4pm to hear their choir sing the most beautiful anthems.
  • The most loving staff. I trust them with my daughter 100%. Best center in the area

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