Cathedral of St. John the Divine
June 10 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 9:30 am on Sunday and Saturday, repeating until June 30, 2021
An event every week that begins at 9:30 am on Tuesday, repeating indefinitely
Suggested Ages: All
The Nave and High Altar this historic Episcopal church, are lit up in a rainbow to show support and love for LGBT+ community members through Pride month. The largest Cathedral in the world, built in 1892, is open for visitors Monday-Friday 9:30 am–3 pm and Saturday–Sunday 9:30 am-5 pm. Timed tickets strongly encouraged.
Outside, see charming small bronze animal sculptures created by K-12 students from NYC and tri-state area around a 40-foot high bronze sculpture by Cathedral Artist-in-Residence Greg Wyatt. Depictions of a giant crab, nine giraffes, a double helix, Albert Einstein the sun and satan represent the eternal conflict between good and evil. Also look for peacocks roaming around the lovely grands of the grand Cathedral.
Pick up at cappuccino, croissants & Eastern European treats at the funky Hungarian Pastry Shop across the street.
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By Jon Isherwood, organized in partnership…More info
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Free, but tickets are required; pick them up in advance at the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center or on…More info