I️ was here for a private event. The rooms we used were gorgeous. Beautiful ceilings and woodwork. Labyrinth is remarkable and I️ happened to love the gift shop too!
About Riverside Church
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Entering the Nave for the first time is definitely a wow moment. Beautiful stained glass windows reminiscent of those seen in many European churches, and intricate wood work. Be sure to check out the small chapel. Nice gift shop with a good selection of spiritual...More
We came here after visiting the Riverside Park and General Grant's tomb as they were near by. The exterior of the church is very majestic and the main entrance has many fine sculptures and carvings. The stained glass inside is very beautiful.
We visited here after the Cathedral down the road where there was an entrance fee to get through the door. Here they were welcoming and the church was simply amazing. We lingered in the church for a good while to have some reflective time away...More
We came here after visiting Grant's tomb. It was a Sunday and services were underway. A hostess kindly suggested that if we didn't want to join the service, we could ascend to the second floor and look down from above. This is an absolutely spectacular...More
The church is free to enter. There is the worship area, with nice art of stained glass windows. And there is the Gethsemane Chapel, which is by the right of the entrance, outside of the main worship area. While it is not worth going out...More
A beautiful church within walking distance from the subway. Walking through Harlem an up the hill to the church overlooking the Hudson River. Unable to take the elevator to the top as it's been closed for several years.
I ventured in here for the first time, after visiting The General Grant Memorial (Grant's Tomb). This is a very beautiful and solemn church. Even if you don't "believe", the architecture alone is enough to make you stare in wonder. A cool trivia fact, Riverside...More