Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine, New York City

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About Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine, New York City

Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine, New York City - Address, Phone Number

Address: 1047 Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street, New York, NY 10025

Phone: +1-2123167540

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:30 am - 06:00 pm Details

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The cornerstone for the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine was laid in the year 1892 and since then, the church has undergone major renovations and is still incomplete. Yet, it is the largest cathedral in the world, making it a global landmark. Boasting of a marvelous architectural structure, the Cathedral is an active house of worship. It has overtime established itself as a vibrant community, arts, cultural and civic centre. The interior of this Cathedral church is so beautiful, that you are sure to experience peace and serenity as soon as you enter the Cathedral. All in all, it is one of the most frequented Cathedrals of the World and people’s faith here is generally rewarded.

Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine Ticket Prices

  • Entrance is free, however, donations are accepted at the entrance.

Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine Opening and Closing Hours

  • The Cathedral is open from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm daily.
  • The Visitor Centre and Cathedral Shop from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.
  • The Cathedral’s gardens and grounds are open during daylight hours. 

How To reach Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine by Public Transport

  • Bus: Broadway at 112th Street Bus stop
  • Amsterdam Avenue at 112th Street Bus stop
  • Metro: Cathedral Parkway Metro station

Restaurants Near Cathedral Church Of Saint John The Divine

  • P & W Sandwich Shop
  • V&T Pizzeria
  • Bistro Ten 18

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  • This Cathedral is of important historic precedence. Majestic inside and out. An architectural feat. Recently it went through major restoration. You can go there to meditate and reflect. It's magnificent architecture lends for fairytale weddings. For those of you interested in the meaning of the four horsemen, search this article: “A New York Apocalypse, Hidden in Plain Sight” Allison Meier October 8, 2013 And "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse".

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  • An amazing amalgam of the very large and the touchingly intimate, the sacred and the wordly, the personal and the universal. The largest Gothic cathedral in the world, it's an architectural monument with soaring arches and scores of dazzling stained glass windows. It's also a treasure trove of art, from medieval tapestries to 21st century sculpture. And a beautiful garden. Worth the trip uptown.

  • The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is an amazing man-made wonder. Truly a place for reflection and worship, and so much more. Cultural events and community live here as well as rich diversity. Then there are the ubiquitous and ever present art exhibits which are usually stunningly displayed in this hallowed space.

  • Beautiful place with very special energy inside, some sacred symbols around. Interesting for those who like beautiful architecture with old history! I liked just sit there in silents, it was good experience! Definitely recommend visit this place!

  • An experience fairly unique in the new world. While many great examples of church architecture exist in Europe, few are found in the United States. This is the largest Gothic/neo-Gothic church in the US, and it does not disappoint; the size alone is daunting. A modernist approach, however, means many interesting art exhibits are also featured, frequently things completely unexpected from a religious institution. Finally, the stained glass is truly beautiful, especially in the South side in a sunny day.

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