This was very beautiful inside and full of interesting history. Very well worth going into on your trip.
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Wonderfully maintained revolutionary chapel, with historic information abounding throughout the chapel. Worth the time to sit in the upholstered pews and look around.
If you like history or churches or just really cool things then you need to go to King's Chapel. Walk around take some pictures it is beautiful. Then for sure!!!!!!! take the guided bones and bell tour. It is inexpensive and the coolest thing you...More
Very interesting to see how pews are organized into walled areas. Donation is requested instead of a formal entry fee.
An interesting stop on the Freedom Trail and certainly a beautiful church, very busy with tourists doing the Freedom Trail, but certainly worth a visit.
Great spot on the Freedom Trail tour to stop and take a guided tour. You get lots of historical insights from the tour guide which is worth the low price. We were amazed that their pulpit just had it's 300th birthday! You also get a...More
King's Chapel is a very old church in downtown Boston. It isn't as "pretty" as some of the other churches that have the stained glass windows, but it is very Puritan-looking and gorgeous in its own way. We enjoyed our time inside.
King's Chapel is truly a look into the past of Boston and it's many contributions to our city, state and nation.
King's Chapel is one of the older churches in Boston and a stop on the Freedom Trail. We visited on a Sunday, and services were in progress when we stopped by, so we were unable to enter. However I believe it is normally free to...More