Built in 1723, it's the oldest church in Boston, famous for its role in the American Revolution and Paul Revere's ride.
Designed by Richard Upjohn, completed in 1846, it's renowned for Gothic Revival architecture and stunning stained glass windows.
Neo-Gothic cathedral, construction started in 1907, sixth largest in the world, seat of the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church.
Oldest active Roman Catholic cathedral in the U.S., completed in 1850, located in the French Quarter, known for its three spires.
Historic site where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were debated and adopted.
Spanish Catholic mission founded in 1692, current church completed in 1797, known as the "White Dove of the Desert."
Founded in 1847, played a vital role in the abolitionist movement, led by prominent abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher.
Founded in 1776, one of the oldest Spanish missions in California, known for the annual Swallows' Day Parade.