King's Chapel

58 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02108- Map It
Phone: (617) 523-1749

AAA Editor Notes

King's Chapel, 58 Tremont St., was established in 1686 by the Church of England; the building was completed in 1754. The interior is considered one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in the United States. The chapel can be visited via a self-guiding tour or via the guided, 40-minute Bells and Bones Tour, which visits the chapel's crypt and belfry. An abbreviated 20-minute version of the tour visits the crypt and belfry only.</br>Guided tours are available.</br>
Self-guiding tour by donation. Guided Bells and Bones Guided Tour $10; $7 (senior citizens and students and military with ID); $5 (ages 0-12). Ages 0-9 are not permitted on guided tours.
Station: Government Center
Hours: Chapel open for self-guiding tours Mon.-Sat. 10-4:30, Sun. 1:30-4:30 (except during church services and recitals), Nov.-Sept.; Mon.-Sat. 10-4, Sun. 1:30-4, rest of year. Closed Sat.-Sun. following Thanksgiving and during special events. Bells and Bones Guided Tours are given Mon. and Wed.-Sat. at 11, noon, 2 and 3, Sun. and Tues. at 2 and 3. Church services take place Wed. at 6, Sun. at 9 and 11. Recitals are held Tues. at 12:15. Concerts are held Sun. at 5. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.