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!
Guided & Self-Guided Tours
One-hour tours of the church interior are offered Tuesday through Sunday by expert volunteers. Tickets for the tours may be purchased at our Welcome Center inside the entrance from Copley Square. As the tour schedule may vary, please check the current tour calendar or call 617-536-0944 x206 in advance of your visit.
Note: A free guided tour is offered every regular Sunday. It meets at the Eagle Lectern (in the front of the right front pew) immediately following the last worship service of the morning. In winter months, it meets immediately following the 11:15 a.m. worship service at 12:15 p.m.; in summer, it meets immediately following the 10 a.m. worship service at 11 a.m. For holiday Sundays, please be sure to check the current tour calendar.
Audio Tours! (See this "making-of" preview video.) We are delighted to be able to offer audio tours in Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, and English.
If you prefer, you may follow a self-guided tour during open hours. You will be provided with an explanatory brochure to help you map out your itinerary.
General Admission: $10
Audio & Docent Led Tour: $10
Seniors, Students, & Military (with ID): $8
MA Residents with ID: $8
Children under 12 are free with an accompanying adult.
Student Groups: $8 per student.
Why We Charge for Touring:
It pains us to have to charge for touring. Trinity Church does not receive any direct operating support from sources other than parishioner pledges. It costs nearly $35,000 per week to operate the church building, not including the additional funds needed for restoration projects.
We are called to preserve and restore a building that is more than 140 years old and to keep its doors open to increasing numbers of visitors from around the world. To support that work, and to provide for our visitors’ security, we must rely on income from sightseeing.
Open For Prayer
If you enter the church to pray, your donation is most welcome, but not required.
A Holy Place
We ask that all who visit help preserve the sanctity of the church; in keeping with this, we request that men please remove hats, and that food and drink not be consumed in the church. Please do not leave your personal belongings unattended.
Join us for this introduction to Trinity Church Boston.
Known as “the youth group for those over 60,” the Hardy Perennials offer opportunities to share spiritual journeys in later life.
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.