All Saints Anglican Church
An sign outside All Saints Anglican Church notes that the site was previously occupied by a court house, with the ghoulish suggestion that the alter was once the site of the gallows!
Be that as it may, this much-revered 146-year-old place of Anglican worship was created by the government architect who later designed the National Museum of Colombo.
Light streaming through through the rich stain-glass windows illuminate beautiful Burmese-teak pews and stone arches of this testament to Victorian Gothic. Consecrated in 1871, and is now a firm favorite with visitors to Galle Fort.