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Attractions to explore nearby St. Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's CathedralCathedral Rd, Maidan, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071, India

An Anglican cathedral that operates under CNI – Church of North India. It is said to be the largest cathedral in Kolkata and the first Episcopal Church in Asia. It has an Indo gothic Architecture and It is a must-visit for those who seek enriching historical and architectural pleasure.

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M.P. Birla Planetarium0.16 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

This is an iconic structure whose architecture is based on the famous Buddhist Stupa at Sanchi. It is the largest planetarium in Asia and the second largest in the world. It has an electronics laboratory, Astronomy gallery and observatory and so more.

Victoria Memorial Hall0.44 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

A huge monument made of white marble located in the heart of the City of Joy dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria. one of the most famous monuments in West Bengal that has become a museum and popular tourist spot of the state.

Park Street1.18 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Park Street is a major access route in Kolkata which begins at Chowringhee Road or JL Nehru road and stretches till Park Circus crossing. Being a major hangout spot in the city, it has many pubs and restaurants. Several important routes intersect or originate from Park Street.

South Park Street Cemetery1.41 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

One of the earliest cemeteries not connected to a church. Opened in 1767 and used actively until the 1830s, the eight-acre necropolis is enclosed by a high brick wall that protects the eclectic mix of tombs, cenotaphs, and mausoleums. It is now a heritage site, protected by the Archaeological Survey of India.

Fort William, India1.57 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

The mighty edifice Fort William is situated on the eastern bank of the  Hooghly River in the city of Kolkata which is spread over 70 acres. This is an example of ancient British architecture. Now it serves as a famous tourist spot in Kolkata and a lot of tourists visit this place every day to explore the wonders of the fort.

Indian Museum1.58 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Also known as Imperial Museum at Calcutta  It is the ninth oldest museum of the world, the oldest museum in India and the second largest museum in India. has rare collections of antiques, armor and ornaments, fossils, skeletons, mummies and Mughal paintings. It was founded by the Asiatic Society of Bengal in Kolkata.

Alipore Zoo1.74 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

This is India's oldest formally stated zoological park and the major tourist attraction in Kolkata since 1876. There is a lot of living beings living happily inside the zoo and it is known as the home of the now expired Aldabra giant tortoise and so more.

Princep Ghat2.01 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Princep Ghat is a majestic ghat structure famous for its Greek/ Gothic inlays. The ghat is located between Fort William and the Water Gate and is often visited by tourists exploring these attractions.

Birla Industrial & Technological Museum2.04 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

This is the first scientific and industrial museum in India which was set up on 2nd May 1959. There are so many things to see and study scientifically and It is an amazing place and a must-visit for all the science lovers out there!

Eden Gardens2.29 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Eden Gardens is a cricket ground in Kolkata established in 1864. It is also called as the Mecca of Indian Cricket. Home venue of the Bengal cricket team and the Kolkata Knight Riders. The stadium currently has a capacity of 66,000.

Smaranika Tram Museum2.34 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Trams were the lifeline of the city for a very long time before the advent of modern-day technology that brought about metros. The museum was inaugurated in 2014 and also goes by the name of ‘Smarnika’ which means remembrance. The museum truly pays homage to trams and to the memories of thousands of people who traveled every day in trams and still do.

Shahid Minar2.36 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

The 48 meters high Shaheed Minar, popularly called the “Monument” is a prominent landmark of Kolkata. Established in the year 1848, it was named Ochtorloney Monument to honor, Sir David Ochterlony who served in the Nepal War .‘Shahid Minar’, which means “Martyr’s Tower” to honor the sacrifice of Indian freedom fighters. .The architecture of Shaheed Minar shows a brilliant blend of Egyptian, Syrian and Turkish styles of designing.

Birla Mandir2.42 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

This isa huge temple which is dedicated to God Radha and Krishna. It is one of the finest architectural beauties of the city. The temple complex itself is a pearl white marble marvel which is a revered place of worship and devotion.

Gariahat Market3.38 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

One of the major shopping attractions in Kolkata. The shopping area spans a long stretch of shops, restaurants, etc. There is each and everything that we want in daily use and will get in a fair price also.

2ND HOOGHLY BRIDGE3.72 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Also known as Vidyasagar Setu is a long bridge with a length of 823 meters over the Hoogly river linking the cities of Kolkata and Howrah. it is the longest cable-stayed bridge in India and It was the second bridge to be built across the Hooghly River, that's why it got this name.

Rail Museum3.89 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Considered as the second rail museum to be constructed after National Rail Museum, Delhi. There is a vivid collection of preserved old and rare steam engines, electric locomotives, tracks, and signals. Tourists visit here to explore the history of Indian Railway.

Rabindra Sarovar4.07 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

Rabindra Sarovar is an artificial lake known as the lungs of Kolkata. The area around this excavated lake was later developed to build recreational complexes, which included children's parks, gardens, and auditoria. A beautiful place to spend a free and peaceful time.

Howrah Junction Railway station4.37 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

This is the oldest station and largest railway complex in India with a maximum number of platforms in the entire railway system of India.  It is one of the four intercity railway stations serving the city of Kolkata,

College Street4.39 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

This is a 1.5 km long street in the heart of Kolkata stretches from Ganesh Chandra avenue to Mahatma Gandhi road. There are several shops here. This is the main shopping hub of  Kolkata and this street is always busy at all times.  We will get everything we want from this market.

Marble Palace4.44 KMs away from St. Paul's Cathedral

The Marble Palace in Thakurpukur is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city of Kolkata, built in Neoclassical style, is very well known for its architecture, and its vast collection of sculptures, furnishings, and paintings. A lot of tourists visits this place everyday.