Designed in 1761 by the country's first trained architect, Peter Harrison, Christ Church was a hotbed of rebel activity during the Revolutionary War. The walls are still peppered with bullet holes. While much here is original to the building, the organ's pipes are not - they were melted down to make ammunition during the war.
|Venue name:||Christ Church|
Zero Garden Street
at Massachusetts Avenue
|Opening hours:||Open 7am-6pm Mon-Fri, Sun; 7am-3pm Sat.|
|Transport:||Harvard T .|