Visitors interested in adding a guided tour to their general admission are welcome to upgrade, whether admission was purchased in advance or on site. Upgrades are dependent on tour capacity at the time of admission.
Please note: For large groups (10+ people) of non-related individuals, a group rate of $3 per person regardless of age is honored. Contact the History Program Director (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or to pre-arrange a visit for your group.
Discover over 330 years of history at King’s Chapel on a 20 or 45-minute guided tour of the historic sanctuary, the church crypt containing 21 tombs, and/or the upstairs galleries and Revere bell. Visitors will experience King’s Chapel from new perspectives, as they explore the sanctuary, crypt, galleries, and Revere bell with our Historic Site Educators. Learn what makes this building important, and where King’s Chapel, its members, and its unique faith traditions fit into both Boston's Revolutionary history and the wider history of America.
Bell and Bones Tours (45-55 minutes) are typically offered at 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and (seasonally) 4pm Crypt Express Tours (20-25 minutes) are typically offered at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, and (seasonally) 4:30pm Art and Architecture Tours (40-45 minutes) are offered Sundays at 3pm Please refer to our ticket calendar for availability or contact the History Program Director (email@example.com) to confirm availability.
Bell and Bones and Art and Architecture Tours (available for purchase on-site or via Eventbrite below):
We invite you to take non-flash photography within the chapel.
Please avoid bringing open food or drinks into the building. The chapel vestibule has a designated table for these items during your visit into the Sanctuary.
In addition to our COVID-specific policies, by entering the chapel, visitors agree to comply with our Code of Conduct. Failure to comply with our policies may result in ejection from the premises.
The King's Chapel History Program offers a series of group tours and programs, specifically designed for school field trips, church groups, community groups, and more! These include both on-site and virtual opportunities for groups unable to visit us in person.
King’s Chapel is located at the intersection of School and Tremont Streets in the heart of Downtown Boston. Our street address is 58 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108. We are easily accessible via public transportation. The church is an approximately 3-minute walk from the Park Street MBTA station on Boston Common and the Government Center T Station. Both the Green Line and Red Line trains stop at Park Street. The Green Line and Blue Line stop at Government Center.