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Daily 6:30am-8:45pm

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Open all year

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  • Groups of 10 or more must book tours in advanced from Monday to Friday.

St. Patricks Cathedral Quick Facts

  • Neo-gothic style church that was constructed in the late 19th century.
  • Regular services and holiday services offered to guests.
  • The organs in the church have a combined total of over 9000 pipes.

14 E 51st St
New York, US

Website: http://www.saintpatrickscathedral.org/homepage/home.html

Phone Number: 212.753.2261

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St. Patricks Cathedral is a historical neo-gothic Manhattan church

Located in


Midtown East

This tour is FREE!

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Features: St. Patricks Church is the historical neo-gothic church that is located in New York City. It was constructed in the late 19th century and has been a popular sightseeing spot in Midtown Manhattan for over a century. St. Patricks Church is also home to broadcast mass on Sundays as well as during holidays.

Why We Go: St. Patricks Church feature some beautiful neo-gothic architecture and is a popular New York landmark to visit even for those that are not religious.

  • Architecture: The neo-gothic style architecture of St Patricks Cathedral is so beautiful that anyone can appreciate it. It has been a constant fixture of the Midtown Manhattan area for over a century, and it is something everyone can appreciate.
  • Numerous Services: St Patricks Cathedral hosts plenty of services throughout the week if you would like to attend a mass here. Saint Patricks Cathedral also has services on holidays for people who wish to attend mass on days such as Christmas.
  • Music: With organs that have a total of over 9000 pipes, scheduled choirs and organ players, and a great room for the music to echo through, the music played during mass at Saint Patricks Cathedral is especially beautiful.

Inside Knowledge: St Patricks Cathedral was dedicated in 1879, and it was made a National Historic Landmark in 1976.

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do get a tour group together: St. Patricks Church will run tours of the cathedral for groups of 10 or more if you call ahead. Be sure to do this so that you can see all of the elements of the church while getting a little bit of history.
  • Do go for the music: Some of the most beautiful music is played for the masses held at St. Patricks Church. Even if you are not very religious, it is worth attending a mass just to experience the sound within the church.
  • Don't forget to light a candle: Candle lighting is an encouraged form of prayer at St. Patricks Church. There are plenty of candle stands at this cathedral if you wish to light a candle in prayer for someone.
  • Don't miss mass on TV: If you are in New York but cannot make it out to mass at St. Patricks Church, then you can find it on television. Check their website to see what channel mass is being broadcasted on in your area.