The exterior is made of limestone and the interior is made of sandstone, but the star of the show is the stunning stained glass window.
This church was built between 1851-54, but the congregation housed within was founded in 1628, making it the oldest continuous Protestant congregation in North America.
Established in 1868, but the current building wasn’t built until 1902-1904. Designed in a beautiful gothic revival architecture style with an elegant copper spire.
Grace Church was designed in 1846 by a 23-year old architect that would go on to design the masterpiece that is St. Patrick’s Cathedral in 1853.
The Interior is breathtaking and will transport you to a different time.Touring this church is a great way to return to center and escape the overwhelming bustle of the city.
The church you see today is actually the third building, which was completed in 1846. When construction was complete, this church building was the tallest building in the country.
If you’re a history buff you’re going to love visiting St. Paul’s Chapel because it’s the oldest surviving church in New York City.
The original building was destroyed by a fire in 1878 but, wasting no time, the church was promptly rebuilt in 1882.
Active with the LGBTQ+ community since the early 1970s, making it one of the first churches in NYC to publicly accept the LGBTQ+ community.
Welcoming more than 5 million visitors per year, this iconic NYC cathedral took 21 years to build because construction halted during the Civil War.