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Old St. Paul's Church

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Spectacular Romanesque Church designed by renowned architect Richard Upjohn

This church is a Baltimore "must see". Founded in 1692, its one of the oldest churches in... read more

Reviewed 25 February 2016
New York City, New York
Interesting architecture and craftwork, limited hours

Many delightful architectural and design features inside and out suggest the wealth of the... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2015
solomon k
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25 Feb 2016
“Spectacular Romanesque Church designed by renowned architect Richard Upjohn”
30 Jul 2015
“Interesting architecture and craftwork, limited hours”
Known for its elegant and beautiful interior, this is the fifth church that the congregation of St. Paul's has occupied since 1692, when the Parish was founded as part of the Diocese of London.
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Charles and Saratoga sts., Baltimore, MD
+1 410-685-3404
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Reviewed 25 February 2016

This church is a Baltimore "must see". Founded in 1692, its one of the oldest churches in Baltimore. The architecture and sculptures are simply stunning.

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Reviewed 30 July 2015 via mobile

Many delightful architectural and design features inside and out suggest the wealth of the neighborhood more than 100 years ago ( before the hill was overcome with dense high rise office buildings and city traffic). Romanesque features in and out. Loaded with Tiffany and other...More

Thank solomon k
Reviewed 16 September 2014

I wanted to visit this church, but for some reason it was closed when I arrived. One good thing about the church is that the doors is see through, so you can actually peek inside without being in the building. I could even take a...More

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Reviewed 7 July 2013

A lovely sanctuary in the heart of the city.... Love the ambience and the music. Two services on Sundays... And a great adult forum with topics that range from exploring the Gospel to exploring art and music with experts from nearby cultural institutions such as...More

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Reviewed 14 May 2013

I liked everything about this church. Music wonderful; old church beautiful and fascinating; sermon interesting and short. You don't have to be Episcopalian to love this church: all welcome.

1  Thank Maggie P
Reviewed 3 March 2013

I stumbled on this gem last Easter. The music was amazing - and they do the sing-a-long Hallelujah Chorus to end the service.

1  Thank Jenifer H
Reviewed 31 August 2012

I had a pleasant tour through the church. If you plan a day of sight seeing, I would include this as part of the tour. I would not make a special trip alone to go see the church. It is interesting and historical.

Thank Liz H
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