Christ Church Cambridge

  • Zero Garden Street Cambridge, MA 02138 USA

Christ Church was designed by Peter Harrison of Newport, Rhode Island, the colonies’ first well-known architect. The building has been altered since, but the integrity of Harrison’s original design has remained intact, and the building received a Preservation Award in 2011 for its recent renovations. Christ Church is a welcoming place that supports the well-being and work of a large, active, outward-looking community.  The church has made recent news by being vocal advocates for a public toilet, now operational in Harvard Square.

Saturday only.

Architect: Peter Harrison
Year: 1759

Christ Church Cambridge
Wheelchair access through the adjoining parish hall doors, at the end of the driveway.