Address Central Congregational Church Fall River, MA 02720, USA

Imbued with mystery and an integral part of American history, the Central Congregational Church attracts both the faithful and the curious.

Opened in 1875 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, this church is one of the most remarkable in the town of Fall River, Massachusetts. While it remains famous for its architecture, the work of the famous Hartwell and Swasey, it has become part of American folklore because it was within its walls that Lizzie Borden and her family once attended Sunday services. Lizzie Borden was infamous for killing her father and stepmother with an axe on August 4, 1892. The church is said to be haunted.

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