Attractions

Top Choice Cathedral in Harlem & Upper Manhattan

Cathedral Church of St John the Divine

The largest place of worship in the US has yet to be completed – and probably won’t be any time soon. But this storied Episcopal cathedral nonetheless commands attention with its ornate Byzantine-style facade, boomi…
Cathedral in Midtown

St Patrick's Cathedral

Fresh from a $200 million restoration, America's largest Catholic cathedral graces Fifth Ave with Gothic Revival splendor. Built at a cost of nearly $2 million during the Civil War, the building did not originally i…
Synagogue in Upper East Side

Temple Emanu-El

Founded in 1845 as the first Reform synagogue in New York, this temple, completed in 1929, is now one of the largest Jewish houses of worship in the world. An imposing Romanesque structure, it is more than 175ft lon…
Synagogue in East Village & Lower East Side

Kehila Kedosha Janina Synagogue & Museum

This small synagogue is home to an obscure branch of Judaism, the Romaniotes, whose ancestors were slaves sent to Rome by ship but rerouted to Greece by a storm. This is their only synagogue in the Western Hemispher…