Trinity Church Boston is designated as “one of the ten most important buildings in America” by the American Institute of Architects. More than 70,000 visitors tour this National Historic Landmark building each year. Come see why!


You may also follow us on Facebook: The Shop at Trinity Church Boston, and Instagram, trinitybostonshop,  to explore through stories, videos, and more of this National Treasure!


Visitor Service Hours

Tuesday through Saturday - 10 am to 5 pm with the last ticket sold at 4:30 pm

We will be closed on Wed., Jun. 19, in observance of Juneteenth.


As an active Episcopal parish, these times may vary due to weddings, funerals and other parish events.

The price is $10 for Adults, or $8 for Seniors, Students, Educators, Military, First Responders, and Massachusetts Residents. Children younger than 14 and EBT & WIC cardholders are free. ⁠

To purchase tickets or visit the Shop during these hours, enter the main doors on the West Porch (facing Copley Square). ⁠


As of July 20, 2023, fencing is up on Copley Square for the Copley Square Renovation. But Trinity Church Boston is open for worship, tours, and prayer.

You can check out the email to the parish about the construction here.

And, you can read the city's dedicated website about the project here.


Click here to see Scheduled Guided Tours on the web calendar.

Click the image above to see scheduled Guided Tours on the web calendar.



Known as “the youth group for those over 60,” the Hardy Perennials offer opportunities to share spiritual journeys in later life.

Trinity Church Boston is an inclusive, safe, and welcoming spiritual home for all.

Trinity has a vibrant young adult community across all of our Sunday services.

Trinity Church Boston’s Nigerian Fellowship is comprised of Nigerian Anglicans from Trinity Church Boston as well as other Episcopal churches in Boston.

People who have recently retired make up one of the fastest growing demographics at Trinity.

Our Stitching in the Spirit group knits shawls for people recovering from illness and injury.

If you didn’t know there was such a thing as the Boston Church Softball League, you know now!

Trinity’s unique book group primarily reads and discusses short stories whose plots, characters, and themes raise issues of faith.