One of Boston's great historical buildings, King's Chapel has been serving the spiritual needs of congregants since 1754. Its designer was Peter Harrison, one of Colonial America's leading architects, while none other than Paul Revere cast its still-operating bell. Its adjacent burying ground inters many notables of the region's early era, including the Plymouth Pilgrim Mary Chilton and Massachusetts Bay Colony governor John Winthrop.
The King's Chapel and burying ground are stopping points along Boston's Freedom Trail, and besides simply admiring the exterior you can join organized tours to explore inside--including one from the crypt to the belltower.
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