Tour St. Bartholomew’s Church

Tour St. Bartholomew's Church

Photos by Kara Flannery

Tour the historic St. Bartholomew’s Church with Carole French of the St. Barts Conservancy.

  • Visit the the Stanford White Triple Portal and the Children’s Chapel
  • Hear about the historic Vanderbilt connection, including the artifacts of that connection displayed in and around the Church
  • See items of sculpture and tessera brought to Park Avenue from the Renwick Madison Avenue Church
  • Learn about the French cultural connection that influenced the Art Deco mosaics for the Church’s interior
  • See the organ console and its constituent pipes arrayed around and above the Church nave

About the event:

St. Bartholemew’s, also known as St. Bart’s, is located on 325 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side and takes up an entire block. The current building replaced the original church that was located on Madison Avenue but suffered structural issues that eventually caused it to close.  The church was designed by Bertram Goodhue in Romanesque and Byzantine Revival styles. In 1967, the church was designated a National Landmark by the New York City Landmark Commission and its preservation continues today.


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