Very stunning and one of the few things in Boston that are free! Worth a trip to see both the inside and the outside.
I don't often take tours of churches but had heard the windows were beautiful so decided to take a look for myself. I missed the guided tour so decided to do the self-guided tour for $7. The self-guided booklet is very informative but I think the guided tour would be a better option and then take time afterwards to sit... More
Very near the public library. Seven dollars seems steep. Most charming detail are the varied needlepoint designs where you need to kneel. Go see old south church nearby also
I made the mistake of going in the evening, so I completely missed out on enjoying the stained glass. Overall, the whole interior is rather dark in the late afternoon. The self-tour using the provided map was OK, but if I go back I would take the guided tour for a few more dollars. The bookstore / gift shop had... More
Interesting architecture and I am sure it's worth to see the famous glass windows. Unfortunately we arrived late afternoon and I thought they will illuminate the windows. But they don't and so we paid the entrance fee for nothing. I was very disappointed that the lady at the entrance and the guy at the cash did not say anything.
Found this gem while taking the duck tours. Breath taking architecture (i have a thing for good buildings especially old ones) and striking contrast with the modern architecture right across the street (i think its called Hancock something). The glass building reflects the church providing an excellent photo opp as well. Didn't go inside but had plenty to click photos... More
OK, this is a functioning Episcopal Church, and not on everyone's visit list. I would recommend Trinity Church as a "must" visit, at least to view the breathtaking exterior from the adjacent Copley Square, which is also a stopping point for most "Hop On - Hop Off" city buses. We opted to purchase tickets for a self-tour. There are guided... More
Trinity church is an architectural masterpiece, and it's even more beautiful on a nice day when the sky is blue and it's reflected on the glass windows of the adjacent Hancock Tower. Copley Plaza is beautiful and everyone should visit there and admire the church from the OUTSIDE, but don't be tempted to go inside and pay the entrance fee,... More
beautiful building inside and out and easily accessible from the T and near other attractions we were seeing. Copley Square and Boston Public Library, all are highly recommended. Great photo ops and public restrooms available
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