San Francisco September 08, 2017
The Unique Church In San Francisco That’s Unlike Any Other In The City
If you’re in Nob Hill then you need to check out Grace Cathedral. This church offers much more than meets the eye. Discover more about this church in Nob Hill than you’ll realize.
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Grace Cathedral is located at the top of Nob Hill in San Francisco. You can take a cable car via California Street to get to the top of Nob Hill as well.
Grace Cathedral Address:
1100 California St. San Francisco, 94108
Grace Cathedral was founded in 1849 during the California Gold Rush. However, the cathedral was destroyed in a fire during the 1906 earthquake. The current neo-Gothic structure of the cathedral was completed in 1964.
Grace Cathedral is home to not just one but two labyrinths. Visit the labyrinth outside the cathedral to experience a walking meditation or just to calm the mind and enjoy peace and quiet.
You can do yoga at Grace Cathedral every Tuesday. Yoga in the cathedral is a unique experience. Several hundred people of all ages, from all over the city, gather to do yoga. More information about yoga at the
Grace Cathedral Site.
These impressive and ornate doors at the Grace Cathedral are called the Ghiberti Doors. No need to book an expensive trip to Europe because the Ghiberti Doors are a replica of the Gates of Paradise from Florence, Italy.
Come by on a weekend and walk around the cathedral and enjoy the many events and stalls that are often set up. Grace Cathedral is active in the community, so you'll be able to see many events happening that are usually free too.
Art and music can often be found at the cathedral. There are hosted art exhibits and programs at various times throughout the year. Currently, the art exhibition is called Jacob's Ladder.
Grace Cathedral is open 8 am to 6 pm most days. Learn more about the history, events, and things to do at Grace Cathedral by visiting the
Grace Cathedral Site.
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