We welcome all who come to the Cathedral of Saint Paul, particularly visitors and those of you who may be joining us for the first time.
Located in the heart of dowtown Worcester, our Cathedral Church, built in the 1860's to 1890, has limited parking for cars.
We provide the coded map below for your convenience as you plan your visit to the Cathedral.
While we show multiple locations for safe parking, we ask that you do not park in the lots and areas marked in red. The owners of those parking lots regularly patrol them and have towed cars parked without proper permission.
Lot marked in Blue = HANDICAPPED PARKING -
Limited parking for those who need use of elevator.
Lot located next to the left side of the Cathedral Church and accessed only by approaching the Cathedral from Main Street to lower Chatham as it is one way.
Lot marked in Green = CATHEDRAL PARKING LOT -unlimited use except for Easter Seals reserved parking (weekdays) and clergy reserved parking (indicated by signs).
Lot located next to the left side of the Cathedral Rectory and accessed on High Street.
Lots marked in Red = NO PARKING (Cars regularly towed)
-Including lot on corner of Chatham and Main Streets,
Lot directly across from Cathedral and behind Denholm’s building,
Second lot next to Fanning Building on Chatham
Lot on Corner of Chatham and Irving Street.
Lot adjacent to Abbey's House
Parking area immediately surrounding condos in back of Parish Center and Rectory.
Lots marked in Yellow = SPECIAL EVENT PARKING = Borrowed with permission of owner
Including Lots to the immediate left and behind the Fanning Building.
Second lot across Irving Street and adjacent to Public School Administration Building.
Lots marked in Gold = PARKING GARAGES = small fee attached
Including Federal Square Garage - accessed by entrances on High Street and Main Street.
Garage on the corner of High and Austin Street - accessed by entrance on High Street.
Lot marked in Purple = WEEKEND AND WEEKNIGHT PARKING - No parking business weekdays.
Lot located directly behind rectory and parish center buildings accessed through entrance on Chatham Street.