Explore St George's Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in southern Africa. It is the mother church of the Anglican diocese of Cape Town, built by Sir Herbert Baker out of sandstone from Table Mountain
Stand on historic steps — St George’s kept its doors open to people of all races throughout the apartheid era, and it was Archbishop Desmond Tutu, after he led a mass demonstration of 30 000 people to Grand Parade in 1989, who coined the phrase ‘rainbow people’ to describe South Africa’s diverse population
Spend at least one hour at St. Georges Cathedral. You can also make a day of it and visit other close-by heritage sites and museums.
Entry to St. Georges Cathedral is free of charge. Learn more about entry fees to nearby museums .