Fast facts about St. James Church
Consecrated in 1836, this beautiful church built by the Colonel James Skinner was said to be an imitation of St Paul's Cathedral in London. Following are some fast facts about St. James Church –
Located at the intersection of Church Road and Lothian Road, this church is half a km away from Kashmiri Gate in Old Delhi.
Time to Visit
Open on all days of the year, round the clock, but preferably be there at the time of the morning and evening prayer. Admission is free and open to all, but the caretaker who opens the church needs to be tipped at least Rs 20. It takes around 40 minutes exploring this magnanimous church.
How to Reach
To reach the St. James Church, you can fly down to the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. You can either avail of local buses from various points within the city to reach the monument, or hire auto-rickshaws and taxis or take the metro rail. The nearest functional Metro station is Kashmiri Gate, while the nearest railway station is the Old Delhi Railway Station.
Nearby Places to Eat
Some of the popular eat-outs near St. James Church are Karim Hotel, Ghantewala sweet shop, Paranthewali gali, Natraj hotel, Chor Bizarre of Broadway Hotel, Daryaganj's Flora, Peshwari, Moti Mahal Restaurant, etc.
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