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Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

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Hundreds of thousands of people visit the Cathedral of St. John the Divine—the world's largest—each year. Guests explore Gothic architecture, artwork by Keith Haring, 17th-century tapestries, a 9/11 memorial sculpture, stained-glass windows, gardens and wandering peacocks. The cathedral hosts daily services, tours, concerts and choral performances, and is located between Manhattan's Upper West Side and Harlem neighborhoods, with easy access via subway from Times Square.

1047 Amsterdam Ave.
Manhattan, NY 10025
  (212) 316-7540

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Attractions
Historic Sites & Landmarks
Religious Sites
Accessibility
Assistive Listening System
Wheelchair Accessible
Internet
WiFi Available
Miscellaneous
Rooftop
City Views
Kid Friendly
Services
Multilingual Staff
Outside Catering Permitted
Senior/Student Discounts

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