Located in Albert Street, the St John’s Cathedral stands in the premises of the Government House. It is the oldest Anglican Church found in Central America. The cathedral was constructed from 1812-1820 by slave labour. The bricks used in the cathedral were brought from Britain. The Baymen-era tombstones and the old pipe organ are the prominent things to see inside the church. These speak of the rich history of the place. Towards the southwest block of the cathedral is the Yarborough Cemetery.