Trinity Church, Boston
This is a very old church in the heart of Boston and now included on most tour companys' sights as it makes a tremendous photo. The reflection of the church in the all glass exterior of the very tall John Hancock building makes an outstanding photo.
Located a short walk from Back Bay Station be guided by the tall Hancock Tower building which stands out on the skyline., corner of Stuart & Dartmouth Streets.
The Trinity (an Episcopal) Church, founded in 1733 near Downtown Crossing, but in 1871 was moved to The Copley Square. It is one of the 10 most beautiful buildings in The United States; masterpiece by H. Hobson Richardson dates from 1877. Trinity church founded to meet the spiritual and cultural needs of German immigrants.
Location: Copley Square
Open hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Getting there by T: On the orange line, get off at Back Bay station; walk 2 blocks north.
On the green line, get off at the Copley Square station; walk 1 block east.
The Route 39 bus also stops at Copley Square.
More Info: www.trinitychurchboston.com