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Holy Trinity Monastery

Robinson Road, Jordanville, NY 11223
+1 315-858-0940
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So Beautiful

I had heard about this place years ago and always hoped to go to it. The other day my friend and i... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2017
Saturday trip to visit the museum

We only visited the museum, which is phenomenal, especially for Russians. Church opened at 4 pm and... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2017
Natalya K
Rochester, New York
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13 Oct 2017
“So Beautiful”
2 Apr 2017
“Saturday trip to visit the museum”
Robinson Road, Jordanville, NY 11223
+1 315-858-0940
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Reviewed 13 October 2017

I had heard about this place years ago and always hoped to go to it. The other day my friend and i were headed up north towards the adirondacks when we was a sign for it and decided to check it out. It is gorgeous...More

Thank JuneNY
Reviewed 2 April 2017

We only visited the museum, which is phenomenal, especially for Russians. Church opened at 4 pm and we had a chance to listen to whatever was going on there. We visited the church to look at the paintings.

Thank Natalya K
Reviewed 10 May 2016

In the countryside a little ways from Cooperstown, you turn the corner and suddenly you see amazing gold colored spires. As from nowhere. The Monastery is beautiful both inside and out. The monks will give you a guided tour if you make arrangements in advance....More

1  Thank RonL40
Reviewed 25 March 2016

This is a fascinating place for anyone interested in early 20th century history,religion, or art/architecture. There is something for individuals of all ages. I was fortunate to visit during a Chamber of Commerce business outing and we got the benefit of a guided tour. This...More

2  Thank UpstateNYUtica_NY
Reviewed 31 October 2014

There is no fee for the monastery, but contributions are accepted and appreciated especially at the museum. I was not sure what to expect and what I found was way more than I had hoped for!! The monastery is a working monastery which was awesome...More

3  Thank CATTSAR
Reviewed 9 October 2013

We were taking a side trip to Little Falls traveling from Richfield Springs when we came upon the Holy Trinity Monastery. It was so special to see the beautiful and holy buildings nestled in the countryside. I feel lucky to have found it.

2  Thank abuelita51
Reviewed 11 October 2012

Always hospitable, this is a really interesting and spiritual place to visit, with beautiful art and artifacts. Great for adults, perhaps not for children.

4  Thank MarilynUtica_NY
Reviewed 1 October 2012

We were on our way to a wedding and drove by this beautiful church. We stopped but couldn't go in because I wasn't wearing a skirt and didn't have anything for my head but the outside was so pretty. It is a Russian Orthodox Monastery....More

2  Thank tina c
Reviewed 16 September 2012

Holy Trinity is an active monastery of the Orthodox Church founded by refugee Russians. For someone seeking a place of devotion it will be a pleasant place to visit

4  Thank oforamuse
Reviewed 20 January 2012

A beautiful monastery staffed by gracious people happy to allow you to view their way of life.

3  Thank bnbmcgee
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