Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana, San Andres Island

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Church · Tourist Spot
Perched atop a hill, Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana features sweeping views across nearly the entire island. Originally constructed in 1847 with pine wood imported all the way from Alabama, the Baptist church very much recalls the look of the American South, with its paneled exterior and red roof. Pay a visit to the historical building, which can seat close to 1,000 people, and explore its spartan interior, complete with dark wood furnishings and an upper level of pews. Afterwards, you can climb up the spiral staircase within the steeple to get an even better panorama of the surrounding landscape and ocean. Add Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana to your San Andres Island travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our San Andres Island road trip planning app.
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  • We received a warm welcome upon arriving and were shown a variety of different areas, including the tamarind tree where the first priest gave lessons and the main church complex. They had some...  more »
  • A little pricing for entry, but climb to the top of the Tower to check out the views. Short video on the history and not much else to see in the church outside the view  more »
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  • Not worth the effort
  • Me gusto el lugar no me gusto mucho el precio a la entrada de $10.000 pesos, la gente muy amable

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