A Neo-Gothic Gem
Why locals love it
Completed in 1847, Grace Church was designated a National Historic Landmark for its architectural significance and place within the history of NYC. It is an important example of Gothic revival and considered a masterpiece of the architect James Renwick Jr.
Why you should visit it
Among the urban landscape, this architectural beauty stands out, attracting sketch artists and photographers on a daily basis. With it's tall spires and marble exterior against the backdrop of a blue sky, you have the perfect set-up for a photo opp.
Take the cell phone guided tour for a quick, informative walk through the church. For music lovers, sit in for Bach At Noon organ mediations.