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St. Patricks Cathedral

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460 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10001

 (212) 753-2261

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"Walk through Times Square Eat on Restaurant Row (on 46th between 8th and 9th Ave) Go to Museum of Modern Art or just stroll around Midtown checking out the shops and St Patricks Cathedral."  See More

"If you want to consider midnight mass St Patricks Cathedral, you may have to write in advance for tickets."  See More

"One of the oldest parades in the city at St Patricks Cathedral"  See More

"I'm not a big church gal, but whenever I'm around St Patricks Cathedral on a Saturday I always go in because not only can you see the church you can sit and watch weddings, which, for some reason I find fascinating."  See More

"Mid town Manhattan has amazing buildings such as 42nd st Library main reading room, Grand Central Terminal, St Patricks Cathedral and Trump Tower : you can see them all for free in a walk up Fifth ave from 42nd to 57th."  See More

"and across the street is Saks Fifth Avenue and St Patricks Cathedral and grab a drink and take in the view at the top of The Peninsula Spa New York"  See More

"Day 3--Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, St Patricks Cathedral"  See More

"You are at an odd location - Tiffany & Co, St Patricks Cathedral, Saks Fifth Avenue."  See More

"Walking and people watching -- one of my old favorite haunts, where I would meet friends was on the steps to St Patricks Cathedral."  See More

"See if this appeals to you: • Have a very quick look at Times Square(there’s almost nothing to really see here unless you’re really into Disney) • Have lunch at one of the restaurants on Restaurant Row (Le Rivage is excellent) • Walk over to Rockefeller Center and see that • St. Patricks Cathedral • Head over to Radio City Music Hall and take their tour (even though it’s touristy it’s fantastic) • Take cab downtown to ABC Carpet and have dinner at ABC Kitchen or take cab downtown to Meatpacking district and have dinner (even if you just eat someplace moderate like Fig & Olive Restaurant it’s a much more interesting, less touristy area than South Street Seaport) • Take an after-dinner stroll through either area or jump in a cab and go to Chelsea Market Baskets for dessert."  See More

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Hotels nearby:
  1. The New York Palace Hotel
  2. Omni Berkshire Place
  3. The Waldorf Towers
  4. The Waldorf Astoria
  5. The Jewel Hotel

Things to do nearby:
  1. Sushiden NY
  2. Saks Fifth Avenue
  3. Rockefeller Center Promenade
  4. American Girl Place

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