St. Bartholomew’s Church, commonly called St. Bart’s is a beautifully designed house of worship and a major attraction worth visiting when traveling to New York.
In November of 2018, I brought myself and my wife for a visit of St Bart’s, and we were both captivated by its Byzantine exterior design and its gorgeous stained glass windows.
We also enjoyed viewing and taking pictures of the church’s altar and the depiction of the Last Supper, which is located in the baptismal chamber north of the altar.
Designed by renowned architect by Bertram Goodhue, and the venerable architectural firm, Mckim Mead & White in the early 20th Century, , St. Bart’s has been featured in multiple films and television shows ranging from the 1981 & 2010 film version of Arthur, the 1995 movie, It Takes Two & the television series, Mad Men.
Due to its famous and revered design and its important heritage, St. Bart’s is listed on the National Register Of Historic Places, and has been designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark & a NYC landmark.
Both my wife and I highly recommend for everyone to visit this beautiful church when traveling to Manhattan, New York!!!