Old St Paul’s is Wellington’s most iconic heritage building—an aesthetically unique venue which truly stands out from the crowd.
Suitably atmospheric, beautifully dramatic, Old St Paul’s is just the ticket for events. Built in 1866 and managed by Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga, this venue is a decidedly impressive example of Gothic Revival architecture.
Famed worldwide for its glowing wooden interior and illuminated stained glass windows, Old St Paul's is a special venue option for bands and musicians, poets, authors, fashion shoots, film screenings, not-for-profits and corporate functions alike, with excellent acoustics a memorable accompaniment.
Most recently, Old St Paul's has seen performances from Blind Boy Paxton, Don McGlashan, Finn Andrews, Troy Kingi, The New Zealand String Quartet, Teeks, French for Rabbits and Joan As Police Woman to name a few.
Conveniently located in the heart of the capital city, Old St Paul's is a performance space like absolutely no other, and is also a premier wedding destination for a traditional ceremony with that charming twist of modern elegance.
• Seating for up to 460 in a unique historic setting
• Professional staging available
• Bar licence available
• Sound system and microphones
• Grand piano and organ available for use