NYC's Historical Houses of Worship
Central Synagogue is one of NYC's Historical Houses of Worship.

1. Central Synagogue

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123 E 55th St (Lexington Avenue), New York, NY
Synagogue · Midtown East · 14 tips and reviews

MetroFocusMetroFocus: Did you know that this is one of the oldest synagogues in the U.S. and a favorite amongst the NY Historical Society’s president Louise Mirrer. Learn about more historic places of worship on MetroFocus Read more.

Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine is one of NYC's Historical Houses of Worship.

2. Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

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1047 Amsterdam Ave (at W 112th St.), New York, NY
Church · Morningside Heights · 94 tips and reviews

MetroFocusMetroFocus: Did you know FDR called this Cathedral a “shrine of worship for all the people”? Learn more about NYC’s historical houses of worship on MetroFocus. Read more.

St. Patrick's Cathedral is one of NYC's Historical Houses of Worship.

3. St. Patrick's Cathedral

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14 E 51st St (at 5th Ave), New York, NY
Church · Midtown East · 237 tips and reviews

MetroFocusMetroFocus: This cathedral wouldn't have been built without the donations of poor Irish immigrants. Check out this historical haven and learn more about other houses of worship on MetroFocus. Read more.