Trinity Church

Broadway and Wall Street, New York City, New York

Trinity Church is located in Lower Manhattan at the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway. The church was built in 1698, but was later destroyed by fire, and a new church was built in the Gothic Revival style in 1846. Today it is still a functioning church. The ministry calendar is available on the church website.

There are also a variety of concerts, from Bach cantatas to jazz performed by well-known saxophonists. Check schedule online.

The Museum of Trinity Church displays many interesting stories about the church, including how the pirates have helped build the first church, who the parishioners were, how the building was rebuilt after a fire etc.

The introduction to Trinity Church can be combined with visits to other places of lower Manhattan, such as Wall Street and Federal Reserve Bank.

How to get to Trinity Church:

Nearest subway stops:

Wall Street (2, 3, 4, 5), Broad Street (J, Z), Rector Street (N, R, 1).

See Trinity Church during tours:

Double-Decker Tours, 48 hours or 72 hours

Also nearby:

Wall Street

River cruises and water excursions

Battery Park

Departure point for helicopter tours over Manhattan

Bronze statue "Charging Bull"

Broadway and Wall Street, New York City, New York