General Ulysses S Grant National Memorial
Popularly known as Grant’s Tomb (‘Who’s buried in Grant’s Tomb?’ ‘Who?’ ‘Grant, stupid!’ goes a classic joke), this landmark holds the...
Founded in 1754 as King’s College downtown, the oldest university in New York is now one of the world's premiere research institutions....
This 13-block finger of green has playgrounds, shaded pathways, an arboretum and several sculpture memorials. (The Seligman Fountain,...
On the weekends, Perk's is packed with hip-swinging dancers who take over the floor and move to the fusion sounds produced by the DJ. On...
Join food geeks and penny-pinching Columbia students for a satisfying slurp on top-notch ramen. Listed from lightest to heartiest,...
490 Riverside Dr at 120th St · interesting places nearby
Riverside Church information
Built by the Rockefeller family in 1930, this neo-Gothic beauty overlooks the Hudson River. The church rings its 74 carillon bells with an extraordinary 20-ton bass bell (the world’s largest) at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 3pm on Sundays. Interdenominational services are held at 10:45am on Sundays, with free tours available to the public immediately after. The church also hosts high-quality events such as concerts and lectures.