St. Paul’s Chapel
St. Paul’s Chapel a chapel of Trinity Church, is one of the oldest church in New York, built between 1764 and 1768, but completed by 1776. George Washington once worshiped in this episcopal chapel. Dating to 1766, the churchyard at St. Paul’s bears the graves of many important historical figures, including a number of Revolutionary War heroes. The church is a historical landmark and offers walk through exhibits describing the history of the church, as well as the Ground Zero memorial for the 9/11 victims family. Entering the Church is free and open to the public. Nearby Tourist Attractions: Battery Park City, Century 21, World Financial Center, City Hall Park, Brooklyn Bridge, New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, Federal Reserve Bank of NY, , Bowling Green Park, Trinity Church, National Museum of the American Indian, Bull Bronze sculpture, South Street Seaport, 9/11 Memorial , The National September 11 Memorial and Museum, Ground Zero, and Federal Hall National Memorial.
New Yorkers and visitors decorated white ribbons with the words “Remember to Love” on the fence of St. Paul’s Chapel from September 6–11. The entire fence surrounding the Chapel was filled with ribbons by September 11th, 2011
Location:209 Broadway between Fulton and Vesey Street (212)-233-4164