Walking through Back Bay on a sunny day, it’s hard to imagine that the grand Trinity Church was constructed as far back as 1877. Located just a few steps from local shops and restaurants, the building exhibits the Richardsonian Romanesque style, complete with its stone façade, arches and imposing tower. Originally located on Summer Street, its first incarnation was destroyed in the Great Boston Fire of 1872. It was rebuilt on Clarendon Street under the management of Rector Phillips Brooks, a renowned preacher in his time.
You have to take subway Green line and alight at Copley Station, and the Trinity Church is in Copley Square.
1.Please remain quiet while touring the church and do not make any loud noises as it may affect the other visitors.2.There are a lot of people in the church during the peak season. Therefore you have to watch out for your personal belongings and valuables during your touring, so as not to lose them.