If you go to New you're you must stop here. The history of this church is amazing. It's ties to 9/11 are wonderful. It was a great ending to our tour of the 9/11 museum.
About St. Paul's Chapel
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Took a leisurely walk through the old cemetery that surrounds the Chapel. It was beautiful and well preserved. The inside of the Chapel is beautiful as well.
The little church that stood and survived the carnage of the 9/11 attack. After visiting the World Trade Center, we walked by and stopped inside this church. It is a small but strikingly beautiful centuries old church. A small chapel to the side is dedicated...More
Sorry-- I was working in New York during 9/11 and if you want to be depressed, go downtown. It's still a construction zone 16 years later and this beautiful church is behind scaffolding. Don't waste your time tourists. The energy downtown sucks.
Yes it is a church but to think that so many stayed there without going home b/c all they wanted to do is help. These days is back to looking like a church but I got to see how it looked like as those workers...More
This little Chapel is so inspiring! You feel at peace the second you walk in. It has wonderful history and was a place of santuary and respite during the 9/11 tragedy. Light a candle and say a prayer.
I love the old Chapels, cathedrals and this one did not dissappoint. It was stunning. The woodwork, the doors, the stained glass, the marble, all of it took my breath away.