This Venetian-style building, which was constructed in 1922, is the oldest church in Miami still on its original site. The main part rises to four stories with a belfry and a large stained-glass rose window above the main entrance, while the interior has 16 additional stained-glass windows, several large painted murals, and intricately carved marble altar screens and railings.
|Venue name:||Historic Gesu Church||Contact:|
118 NE 2nd Street
at NE 1st Avenue
|Opening hours:||Services English & Spanish 8.15am Mon–Sat; 8.30am, 11.30am Sun. Spanish 10am, 1pm Sun|
|Transport:||Metromover 1st Street|