St. Paul's Cathedral

Accessibility

St. Paul's continues to make improvements to its historic church, offices and gathering places so that they will be increasingly barrier-free.  

Currently there are four wheel-chair accessible entrances to St. Paul’s Cathedral and its facilities:

  • Entering the Cathedral, the Great West Doors doors are approached by ramp and feature an automated door-opener; 
  • The South Transept exit features a level entrance;
  • The offices and gathering places of the parish are accessed via the wheel-chair ramp and automated door-opener off Clarence Street/Queens Avenue; and
  • The doors by Cronyn Hall are now reached via a gentle slope rather than stairs.   

At all times, two parking places are reserved for those with accessible parking permits in the lot off Queens Avenue

Pews have been removed in the South Transept, so that wheel chairs may be positioned close to the front.

There is an accessible washroom located in the narthex at the back of the church, as well as new  accessible washrooms outside Cronyn Hall.

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