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Cathedral of All Saints

Architecture

The Cathedral of All Saints is an example of Gothic Revival architecture complete with flying buttresses and European stained-glass windows, including a design by Clayton and Bell. J.P. Morgan and Erastus Corning contributed to the Cathedral’s construction. Its walls and floors contain mosaics around the high altar. Its elaborately carved stone interior contains memorials to several state governors and a stunning baptistery.  Politicians such as the Roosevelts, Rockefellers, and Cornings worshipped at the Cathedral and contributed to its history. Known for its music program, artists, and traditional worship, the Cathedral is home to many special events, including an annual Messiah concert, Sacred Sites Weekend, and Cathedral in Bloom, the Capital District's premier flower show. The Cathedral is open weekdays for noon services in a side chapel and offers quiet space elsewhere for visitors at this time. Tours for groups and individuals are available during special events and by appointment.

Amenities: ADA Accessible, Family Friendly, Public Transit, Restrooms, Parking, Passport Stamp

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