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Marble Collegiate Church

NoMad, Manhattan

Sanctuary Interior of Marble Collegiate Church
Credit: Marble Collegiate Church

Sun, October 23rd, 2022

1:30pm — 4:00pm

Opening its doors in 1854, Marble Collegiate Church is a prominent example of Romanesque Revival architecture with Gothic influences, made world famous by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. The city landmark boasts an impressive marble exterior and bell tower. Once inside, visitors will discover a finely detailed interior featuring beautiful stained-glass windows, two of which are Tiffany, cantilevered balconies, a beautiful pipe organ designed by Sebastian Gluck, and an inlaid labyrinth modeled after the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France.

The main entrance to the church is located on Fifth Avenue at 29th Street.
No proof of vaccination is needed. Masks are recommended but not required.

In addition to self-guided tours, knowledgeable docents will be available to lead guided tours upon request.