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The Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis, the superstructure of the Cathedral was built between 1907 and 1914. The Cathedral's 100th Anniversary is being celebrated in 2014. It is known for its' beautiful interior mosaics, which took...more
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4431 Lindell Blvd, at Newstead Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63108-2403
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We stopped at this Cathedral as part of an architectural walking tour of the city of St Louis. It is a beautiful cathedral, different than many others. It is the oldest cathedral in St Louis and was saved from demolishment when the freeway systems were...More
We wound up getting to the Basilica just before a Mass began, and while I'm Methodist I know much of the liturgy so I stayed, and it was a nearly mystical experience. Looking around at the Byzantine-esque mosaic and up at the incredible stained glass...More
The Cathedral is amazing! I am so glad we put this on our list to visit! It’s breathtaking! We did not do a tour, we just walked in, walked around and took our time admiring the beauty of the building and they have a nice...More
I've seen amazingly beautiful cathedrals all across Europe, but the Basilica in St. Louis can give them all a run for their money. What it lacks in age it makes up for in gorgeous design. It's unexpected, but truly awe-inspiring. I highly recommend a stop...More
This is the most amazing piece of architecture in Saint Louis. (Big words, considering the Gateway to the West is downtown).
The Cathedral Basilica is equal to any of the beautiful architectural masterpieces in Europe.
I am not usually a fan of tile-work. I'm definitely not a fan of King Midas vomiting gold everywhere either. However, this basilica has both, and my God... it's a glimpse of Heaven.
I took my agnostic boyfriend here and he remarked "How can you...More
There are a couple of free parking lots behind the Cathedral. You just need to drive around the block to get behind it. No metered street parking in this area of the city. Just don't go at Mass time or they will be... More
There are a couple of free parking lots behind the Cathedral. You just need to drive around the block to get behind it. No metered street parking in this area of the city. Just don't go at Mass time or they will be filled.