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St. Peter's Anglican Church

211 Willis street, Wellington 6001, New Zealand
+64 4-472 1057
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Wonderful

If you have no religious conviction still come and see this beautiful church on architectural merit... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2017
CleethorpesGtfcfan
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cleethorpes
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Architecturally amazing Gothic style Church

The doors were shut when we arrived but it was late in the day. I wanted to look inside but instead... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2015
Natalie1964
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Melbourne
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21 Jan 2017
“Wonderful”
30 Oct 2015
“Architecturally amazing Gothic style Church”
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211 Willis street, Wellington 6001, New Zealand
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+64 4-472 1057
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Reviewed 21 January 2017 via mobile

If you have no religious conviction still come and see this beautiful church on architectural merit alone better still come to a service and hear the beautiful organ and meet the charming locals wonderful

Thank CleethorpesGtfcfan
Reviewed 30 October 2015

The doors were shut when we arrived but it was late in the day. I wanted to look inside but instead admired this Church in all its glory from the outside. Gargoyles were a surprise to see and the outside was well maintained and looking...More

1  Thank Natalie1964
Reviewed 3 November 2014

This is an architecturally amazing gothic style working church. It has a wonderful vaulted ceiling, gargoyles and a fully restored organ. It is an RSCM affiliated church that still has a small but vibrant and dedicated choir. Well worth a visit especially on a Sunday...More

2  Thank krysw71
Reviewed 12 October 2013

A warm and inviting welcome to wonder and worship awaits anyone and everyone who visits "St Peters on Willis" in Central Wellington! Situated at the head of the city's Northern-bound Motorway, here is a classic wooden architectural gem with a commanding spire, and simply gorgeous,...More

2  Thank NAC740
Reviewed 3 June 2013

Looking through the glass doors, this large beautiful designed building beckons and invites you in from the street. In the rush and sometimes cursory feel of life, this is a well placed oasis. After a Morning Prayer service, the priest was available to chat. What...More

3  Thank Beth H
Reviewed 14 October 2012 via mobile

Enjoyed the visit. Was free and the docents were very welcoming. Glad we made the time to visit it! It was a very easy walk from the town center (parliament and the supreme court building)

1  Thank PegJohnston
Reviewed 10 June 2012

St Peters was once again left wide open and inviting when I visited. I really love that about most of the churches in Wellington – they remain accessible to locals and visitors alike at all times of the day. It was nice to enjoy a...More

2  Thank Fiver75
Reviewed 13 January 2012

I went recently with historic places trust, I had not been before and this church is serene with much local history.

Thank kiwiconnection2016
Reviewed 25 September 2011

A smaller church than some others, St Peters was a nice church with a welcoming atmosphere. Located on a busy city street and close to the city centre, the church was not so small that it did not dominate the surrounds. From the outside the...More

Thank Fiver75
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