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We read the concert had been celebrated here for 39 years so it seemed to be a good choice. We arrived on time and took some seats as their was open seating. Only folding chairs as there are no pews. The concert was produced very...More
We fortunately decided to pop into this stunning, beautiful and grand Cathedral when walking past it
We was absolutely surprised by the Scale, Grandour and Architecture. The 125 year old Cathedral is a MUST to visit being The Largest Cathedral in the World: of over...More
I did the vertical tour recently with a few friends and I didn't really know what to expect. From the moment you walk into this church, you are in awe at the size and beauty of it all. Going through the vertical "layers" of the...More
Absolutely surprised by this massive cathedral. Not you typical Church. Still active, If you can catch an A cappella concert there you will not be disappointed. Beautiful history, stain glass and artwork. Check out the architecture and the history of it.
This is a magical site in NYC. 13 acres of park and neo-gothic architecture in Manhattan that is open to the public for strolls, architectural tours, and relaxation. The cathedral is the largest in the New World and it is still unfinished. Upon entering it,...More
I recently took the Vertical tour with my family and what a tour! Not only is the cathedral magnificent, but the tour guide was fantastic. The church is the fifth largest Christian church in the world and the vertical tour led us closer to the...More
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You can go to St. John in pretty casual clothes, even for services and holidays. I was at the Feast of St. Francis recently and many were wearing jeans (including me) and polo shirts (even some t shirts).