Attend a service or take a free tour of the original Romanesque church (1894) with its gorgeous stained glass windows, and/or the Byzantine-Renaissance extension (1906), which houses one of the nation’s largest Aeolian-Skinner organs (over 13,000 pipes). about church services | about tours
The Christian Science Reading Room in Boston and its sister Reading Rooms around the world have been advancing spiritual healing in communities since 1888. Stop by to ask questions, attend events, and sample or buy resources. more
Music, art, food, more
Enjoy organ music, a solo, and hymn singing during church services, plus organ and outdoor chiming concerts all year around. more
In a convergence of imagination and civic pride, over two dozen art installations from Boston Sculptors Gallery members will be displayed on The Christian Science Plaza from Wednesday, May 1 to Thursday, October 31, 2013. This exhibition is co-sponsored by The First Church of Christ, Scientist. more
The Mary Baker Eddy Library
Mary Baker Eddy was the discoverer and founder of Christian Science. The Library provides public access and context to original materials and educational experiences about her life, ideas, and achievements. The Library also houses the world-famous Mapparium®.
Plaza map, parking, pool, fountain, and architecture
The Plaza includes beautiful buildings and gardens, a fountain, reflecting pool, and more.
- Map, transportation, and parking
- Architecture and grounds
- Events calendar
- Plans for Plaza revitalization