New Yorkers of all faiths adore the glorious Cathedral of Saint John the Divine because of its joyous and welcoming spirit. One of the world's largest gothic cathedrals, this mammoth yet beautiful structure is one of the finest examples of American stone work. Construction on the unfinished neo-gothic building began in 1892 and is expected to continue for decades to come. Inside features include a massive pipe organ, numerous stained glass windows and altars created by famous artists. A poet's corner (modeled after the one in Westminster Abbey) pays tribute to great figures of American literature.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 07:00 AM to 06:00 PM
- Nearest Train: Cathedral Parkway