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'Constructing King's Chapel': An architecture and material culture tour

"Constructing King's Chapel" explores the church's 333-year history through its architecture and material culture.

Uncover the many layers of King’s Chapel’s past, literally and figuratively, as you explore the church as both a historic and living place.

This tour focuses not only on the literal construction and adornment of the church, but also how its congregation over time has continually added meaning to the space. You'll learn about how changes over time — to the building, congregation, and landscape of Boston — have constructed how King’s Chapel is seen and understood as a historic place today.

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This tour will be repeated on Thursdays, May 23 and May 30.

6:00pm - 7:00pm
Repeats weekly on Thursday, starting from May 16, 2019, until May 30, 2019
58 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108
Price:
$10 (Please contact for information about student and military discounts)
Contact:
Faye Charpentier, History Program Director
Neighborhood:
Downtown
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