Holy Trinity Church Crosshaven
Holy Trinity Church, was designed and built between 1866 and 1868 by the
world renowned ecclesiastical architect William Burges
who is best known as the architect of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral , Cork.
Holy Trinity is of immense architectural significance.
It is of National importance as a Gothic Revival Church boasting it
magnificent stained glass windows which were restored and conserved in 2005.
A new pipe organ was installed in 2010 built by the Dutch organ builder Henk
van Eeken. It is a unique organ to Ireland designed with the musical and artistic
expression of the Baroque period.
Worth seeing: The Burges windows and Van Eeken organ
Opening time: Closed
(except by appointment or at service times due to a directive of the local Gardaí)
No Admission Charge
No souvenir shop
No toilet facilities