The relocation of the Unitarian Univeralist Association's (UUA's) headquarters to 24 Farnsworth St. in Boston, MA, was completed in May and staff are now settling in to our new home. After July 2014, please consider beginning your visit to Boston with a stop at the lobby and new UUA Bookstore at 24 Farnsworth St. The building is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m from September to June, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in July and August. The UUA is closed on the weekends and for many holidays throughout the year. A list of UUA holidays is available. Please scroll down this page to find suggested alternative activities for your group, or for more ideas, please contact the UUA's Information and Public Witness office by calling (617) 948-6103 or emailing at info @ uua.org.
The Harvard Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Students (HUUMS) is now offering two hour walking tours of Boston that feature important sites of Unitarian Universalist history. The tour was designed in collaboration with John Buehrens, former UUA President, and includes over 15 stops; full of stories, rare anecdotes and fun facts about our faith. A tour of Harvard Divinity School, including the historic Emerson Chapel, is also available.
Walking tours are ideal for visiting youth and coming of age groups, as well as adult religious education trips and family excursions to Boston. Dates and times are flexible and tours are available year round. For more information or to discuss pricing, please e-mail HUUMS directly at email@example.com.
Download our Visiting Boston With Youth (PDF, 22 pages) planning guide to find suggestions on where to stay, what to see and do, and more.
Print a copy of the Walking Tour Guide (PDF, 8 pages) of Unitarian Universalist landmarks in Boston.
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Last updated on Friday, July 18, 2014.
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