The St Thomas Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Thomas the Apostle, is a 17th century colonial church that was the first Anglican church in Mumbai

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St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai

The St Thomas Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Thomas the Apostle, is a 17th century colonial church that was the first Anglican church in Mumbai.

The St Thomas Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Thomas the Apostle, is a 17th century colonial church that was the first Anglican church in Mumbai. The Neo-Classical and Neo-Gothic church has simple, elegant interiors with tall stained glass windows and memorials to colonial British parishioners on the walls. Leave the hustle and bustle of Mumbai behind for a moment of quiet contemplation within the walls of the church.


Hours

Sun

7:00

18:00

Mon

7:00

18:00

Tue

7:00

18:00

Wed

7:00

18:00

Thu

7:00

18:00

Fri

7:00

18:00

Sat

7:00

18:00

About St. Thomas Cathedral

 Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, MH, India

 +91 22 2202 4482

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