This gothic style church, constructed in 1964, continues to be one of the most elegant religious buildings in the country.
The front of the Grace Cathedral is similar to that of Notre Dame in Paris. Its interior, which is illuminated by the blue lights projected from the stained glass windows, dazzles you with its simplicity; its tall hollow ceilings with pointed arches give a great sense of open space.
The atmosphere in the cathedral is even more special thanks to the organ that has been in operation there since 1934.
When visiting Grace Cathedral, you are discovering one of the most important religious monuments of San Francisco. In the interior of the cathedral you can find brochures that explain its history and the most important parts of the cathedral.
You can also visit the surroundings of the cathedral, the Nob Hill district. This hill, covered with mansions until 1906, now is the location for most of the city's luxury hotels.
1100, California Street.
Monday - Friday: 7am to 6pm.
Saturday: 8am to 6pm.
Sunday: 8am to 7pm.
On cathedral holidays: 8am to 4pm.
Cable Car: Powell-Hyde and Powell-Mason lines (California Street Stop).
Bus: lines 1 and 27.