Meet parishioners involved in Trinity's Art and History life.
Art and History. Ask any architect, architectural historian, or critic and they'll tell you that Trinity Church is a masterpiece of American architecture. Dedicated in 1877, Trinity presented a bold, fresh new face and feeling for ecclesiastical architecture in America. The Church continues to be heralded today as a celebrated example of "Richardsonian Romanesque" design, named after its architect, H. H. Richardson. The Department of Art & Architecture Programs at Trinity illuminates the history and detail of the building and enhances the experiences of the more than 100,000 visitors at Trinity each year. We hope you'll visit us!
Welcoming visitors and sharing the story of Trinity Church past, present, and future is at the heart of our Visitor Programs. View the tour schedule on the calendar
See the architectural details of the church building, which has repeatedly been named one of the finest architectural achievements in the country.
Learn some of Trinity's fabled architectural history.
Trinity's stained glass windows are a vital part of the building. Many date to the late 19th century, and were constructed by some of America's finest master craftsmen.
Learn more about the architect and artist who designed and built Trinity Church and explore these other great architectural sites in the Boston area.
The Trinity Book Shop is open seven days a week and is located in the undercroft of Trinity Church.