St. Paul's Chapel

211 Broadway
New York, NY 10007- Map It
(212) 602-0800

AAA Editor Notes

St. Paul's Chapel (Episcopal), Trinity Parish, is at Broadway and Fulton St. Dedicated in 1766, the church is purported to be the oldest public building in continuous use now standing in Manhattan. George Washington and Gov. George Clinton had designated pews. An interactive exhibit honors volunteerism and the church's participation in relief efforts after the destruction of the World Trade Center.
Free.
Station: Fulton St
Hours: Grounds open daily 10-6. Chapel Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 7-6. Free concerts are given Wed. at 1, Mar.-May and Oct.-Dec. Closed major holidays.