1. Cemetery’s Chapel and Warren & Wetmore

The architectural firm of Warren & Wetmore have left their mark across the city, designing some of the city’s most prominent buildings in the early 20th century, including Grand Central Terminal and Chelsea Piers. The Green-Wood Chapel stands along side those famed buildings. This Gothic Revival style chapel was built in 1911, and designed by Warren & Wetmore, inspired by the Tom Tower, a famous bell tower in Oxford, England. In the inside, there is a beautiful, large stained glass window, and a chandelier suspended under a rib-vaulted ceiling.