Trinity Church480 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 75 Broadway, New York, NY 10006, United States, New York City
- Timings: 07:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2126020800
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site
Wherever you are in the journey of life and faith, Trinity Wall Street’s doors are open to you. Come to be inspired, to explore Christian faith in a broad-minded environment, and to deepen your connection with God and those around you. Trinity Wall Street focuses on three major components of the journey of faith: Faith Inspiration, Faith Formation, and Faith in Action. What inspires you to seek God, to deepen your faith, or strengthen your connection with those around you? In life, inspiration comes in many forms and it’s that way at Trinity too.
Trinity Church Travel Tips
- Please be appropriately dressed for the church.
Entrance Ticket Details For Trinity Church
- Entry is free.
Trinity Church Hours
- Please contact the authorities for mass timings.
How to Reach Trinity Church
- Get to Wall Street.
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1.37% of people who visit New York City include Trinity Church in their plan
42.86% of people start their Trinity Church visit around 08 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Trinity Church
57.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Trinity Church
Trinity Church Reviews & Ratings
A great historic landmark not to miss while on a walking tour of the financial district in New York. We visited here on a cool morning and it wasn't crowded. The architecture of this beautiful building catches our eyes from far away. Grand from outside and grand from inside. It's really decorated and maintained very well. Such a peaceful place to be at amongst the hustle and bustle of the busy city of New York. We were here for about half an hour but someone can spend more time based on how much leisure they have. Would like to visit again and spend some more time there.
A great stop in a walking tour of the financial district. Take a moment and visit Alexander Hamilton's grave. High marks for history and affordability. (It is free to walk through the graveyard) Sadly disappointed that this location of the finale of National Treasure had zero treasure there. ZERO!
A New York City sanctuary! This is sacred ground. It is still under careful renovations but go access what you may. Trinity Church in downtown Manhattan is an absolute must see, once the renovations are finished. It is rich in architectural history. This is historic New York at its best. The grave sites here go back to the 1700s, which in itself is amazing. Located on Broadway right near Wall Street, behind Liberty Park, this church somehow was saved from the tragedy of 911 and it was right next to it. It was as if God would not let anything happen to the church and the people buried there. I've been to this church several times and the inside of it is absolutely beautiful. It is a small cathedral that basically explains how important religion was at that time in NYC. I've even had the chance to light a candle there. It is very peaceful and tranquil and a reminder to all that visit, that regardless of the noise of the buildings around it, and the tragedy that once loomed, there is still a sanctuary that was untouched during the 911 mishap. Make sure you visit this Church, sometime soon. Cherish it!!!
This is not only an amazing landmark in NYC but also a greatly active church! I was pleasantly surprised at how many groups, classes, and activities this church put together each week! I think the founding fathers buried here would be so proud of the current implant they are making. If you are looking for a bit of American History, this is an excellent start! Being the final resting place of Alexander Hamilton and his family, you can trace the true history of Hamilton and learn all about so many founding fathers pasts! So many neat stories in history here!
Anyone else visit this place just because of the Broadway musical Hamilton? I did! I went there with my family to see Alexander and Elizabeth Hamilton's graves, but while there I saw Hercules Mulligan's grave as well. We spent a while searching for Angelica Schuyler Church's grave, but we found it and I was so happy :) Definitely visit if you jave the time. Lots of historically important people are buried there.