Saint Bartholomew's Church, Midtown East

Saint Bartholomew's Church, Midtown East

The Romanesque Revival architecture of St Bartholomew Church stands out proudly on the New York City skyline. The Episcopal parish, founded in 1835, can hold 1200 worshippers at a time. It’s known as a cultural hub for concerts and theatre performances. There's free tour every Sunday from 12.15pm.
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