Built in 1796, St. Paul's Church and its graveyard attract many visitors each year. The Anglican church is associated with ghostly tales, but primarily, tourists visit to admire its period architecture, which is quite dramatic owing to its tall spire.
The church is open from dawn until dusk and requires no entrance fee. Visitors may come to explore the grounds. Many also take the opportunity to check out Paget Marsh which is situated next to the church. With its long and interesting history, this landmark church is a must-visit destination if you're interested in the island's cultural and historical past.
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