Trinity Church Boston

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Trinity Church in the City of Boston was founded in 1733, and has made its

home in Copley Square since 1877. The parish, part of The Episcopal Church,

continues to thrive as a community engaged in worship, music, education,

and community-service activities seven days a week. More than 70,000

people annually visit to tour, pray, or come together in this National Historic

Landmark, recognized by the American Association of Architects as one of

the ten most architecturally significant buildings in the U.S. Learn more at


Join us for in-person worship, featuring prayer, scripture, sermon, and song, on Sundays at 9 am (also livestreamed to trinitychurchboston.org/live-worship, and 5 pm.

Trinity offers self-guided, docent-led, and audio tours. Considered one of ten buildings that changed America, Trinity Church is an architectural masterpiece including its unique collection of stained-glass windows by designers such as Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, and John La Farge, its murals, wood carvings and more. ⁠

We are currently open for tours:

Tuesday through Saturday,

10 am - 4:30 pm.

The price is $10, or $8 for seniors and students.

Children younger than 12 are free. ⁠

⁠To purchase tickets, enter the main doors on the West Porch (facing Copley Square). ⁠

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