New York City Sights

St. Paul's Chapel

  • 209 Broadway Map It
  • Financial District
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Published 06/26/2015

Fodor's Review

For more than a year after the World Trade Center attacks, the chapel's fence served as a shrine for visitors seeking solace. People from around the world left tokens of grief and support, or signed one of the large dropcloths that hung from the fence. After serving as a 24-hour refuge where rescue and recovery workers could eat, pray, rest, and receive counseling, the chapel, which amazingly suffered no damage, reopened to the public in fall 2002. The powerful ongoing exhibit, titled "Unwavering Spirit: Hope & Healing at Ground Zero," honors the efforts of rescue workers in the months after September 11 with photos, drawings, banners, and other items sent to them as memorials. Open since 1766, St. Paul's is the oldest public building in continuous use in Manhattan.

Sight Information

Address:

209 Broadway, at Fulton St., New York, New York, 10006, USA

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Phone:

212-602–0800

Sight Details:

  • Mon.–Sat. 10–6, Sun. 7 am–9 pm

Published 06/26/2015

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