St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Plan a visit to the country’s largest decorated Gothic-style Catholic cathedral.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral opened its doors in 1858. Throughout history, this NYC landmark has been considered a center of Catholic Life in America. In 2015, it underwent its most recent restoration – costing $175 million – to revive and repair original details. The majestic church can hold 3,000 people at one time, and offers seven masses each weekday, eight masses each Sunday and three each Saturday.

Visitors are intrigued by the art, architecture, music, history and mysteries. The Cathedral’s Pietà, sculpted by William Ordway Partridge, is three times larger than Michelangelo's Pietà in St. Peter’s, Rome. The stained glass windows were created by some of the most renowned artists of the time from Massachusettes, France and England. And the Archbishops of New York are buried in a crypt under the high altar.

It's a must-visit NYC landmark for tourists and locals alike— and it's easily accessible by Citi Bike!

Get there by Citi Bike

To find the closest Citi Bike station to your starting location, please use our station map. Head to your chosen station and use your bike key or pre-purchased ride pass to begin. If you need to get a pass, use the Citi Bike app or kiosk and follow the on-screen prompts to complete your purchase.

There are several Citi Bike stations located near St. Patricks Cathedral, these include:

  • E 48 St & 5 Ave
  • W 52 St & 5 Ave
  • E 53 St & Madison Ave

Check the Citi Bike map for other nearby stations.

Remember, the first 30 minutes of each ride on a classic bike are included in the price of a single ride and day pass. If you're an annual member, the first 45 minutes of each ride on a classic bike are included. For more information about Citi Bike pricing and pass options, please head here.