St Andrew’s Cathedral

St Andrew’s Cathedral is a distinctive and elegant institution in the heart of the civic district. Designed by Colonel Ronald MacPherson in 1856, it replaced the original church which was destroyed by two lightning strikes in 1852. The Visitors Centre at the South Transept showcases a collection of artifacts, pictures and a video of the Cathedral’s history. Guided tours around the premises are also available.

Visitors are advised to dress conservatively as this is a place of worship.

Coleman Street Singapore 179802

(65) 6337 6104

Getting There
Take the MRT to City Hall MRT Station (EW13/NS25) and then exit in the direction of St Andrew’s Cathedral. The cathedral is directly above the station.