Arlington Street Church

Built in 1861 as the first public building in Boston’s historic Back Bay, Arlington Street Church stands today as a pristine example of 19th century Boston architecture. The unique sanctuary features a newly refurbished interior, 63-rank Æolian-Skinner organ, Tiffany stained-glass windows, and 62-foot high vaulted ceilings.

Arlington Street Church has the ideal location across the street from the Public Garden and steps from the Taj, Four Seasons, and the sites of Newbury Street and Beacon Hill. It’s no wonder why they are a popular spot for weddings.

Arlington Street Church | 351 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116

Sanctuary: 900 Pew Seats

Hunnewell Chapel: 60 Pew Seats