New York, NY 10006
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This gorgeous building was designed by Richard Upjohn in 1846. The striking bronze doors were patterned off of the Ghiberti Bapstistry in Florence. Alexander Hamilton and several other prominent New York historical figures are buried all throughout the burial ground, where numerous Wall Street workers take their lunches on shaded benches.
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Opened in 1846, this Gothic Revival style building is the third and current home of Trinity Church, part of the Episcopal Diocese of New York City.
The graveyard beside Trinity Church provides excellent angles of the church as well as Wall Street. The graveyard itself also makes for some great, somber photos.
New Yorkers used to celebrate New Year’s Eve here until the New York Times threw the mother of all ragers at their new Times Square offices in 1904. We’ve been going back ever since. True story.
The exciting conclusion to 2004's "National Treasure" features Nicolas Cage and company entering Trinity Church in search of their elusive treasure.
Trinity Root Sculpture. The two-ton sculpture is a bronze covered root from a long-standing sycamore tree which fell in the churchyard of St. Paul’s on 9/11. By Steve Tobin. More info in our blog.
Reviews and News
For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.Monday, 3/10: Lorde Roseland... More on Trinity Church »
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