The Church of the Christian Science religion is part of the sect's Boston headquarters. Mary Baker Eddy, a New Hampshire ... More
Church of Christ, Scientist (The)
The Church of the Christian Science religion is part of the sect's Boston headquarters. Mary Baker Eddy, a New Hampshire native who moved to Boston in 1881, founded the church in 1879. Members spurn modern medicine in favor of prayer-based healing. The Church of Christ, Scientist was built in 1894, and the reflecting pool along the building is a relaxing spot for people of all faiths.
The local tourist bureau provides extensive information on lodging and areas of interest to visitors by mail, on line, or
through the "Boston By Phone" service. The latter is useful in connecting directly to businesses. Since many Boston hotels ...
As you sit in Copley Square, you cannot help noticing the incredible detail on the facade of this Episcopal church.
Finished in 1877, Trinity Church's Romanesque structure, designed by Henry H. Richardson, is considered one of the finest examples ...
Get physical with a bike tour through key city attractions. The ticket price includes a sturdy bike, a helmet, water
and a map, as well as a knowledgeable guide for a two hour trip through the Boston Common and ...