The Trinity Church is as beautiful as you will see anywhere. It is unique but so magnificent. Trinity was constructed in the 1870s and is part of the Episcopal denomination. It's located right smack dab in the middle of Boston at Copley Square. Nearby are the great public library and the Old South Church (both of which are also worth a look) and many modern buildings. As a matter of fact if the light is right you might get a great reflection of Trinity in the next door skyscraper like we did when we were there. When we entered we were directed into the basement where you started the tour which cost a few bucks but we got there late in the afternoon and tours were finished so we did a self guided tour with a paper they gave us but we still were asked to pay something like $5. Although I don't like having to pay to visit churches (I would rather make a donation) this church was worth the cost. You can waste money on lots of things but this was a good cause and so lovely inside.
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