This plaza was founded in 1733 and later hosted Trinity Church (finished in 1877). The church became overshadowed by the monolithic Trinity Tower to the southeast, and likewise contains a band of super mutants.
The plaza is simply laid out with the Boston Public Library to the west and Trinity Church to the east. Several concrete walkways are separated by overgrown lawns.
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The narthex contains a small gathering room to the north, and bathrooms to the south; the sanctuary is through the door to the east. A better part of the sanctuary has collapsed into the basement; the northeast and southeast corners of the sanctuary also have staircases that leads to the basement as well as up to the overlooking balconies.
The basement is mostly filled with rubble; most notably, there is a nursery in the northwest corner, a storage room in the southwest corner, a choir room in the southeast corner, and a study in the northeast corner. The east side also has a stairwell that has a cellar door leading back out to Boston.
- The Rise of the Mutants edition of Astoundingly Awesome Tales is on the pulpit on the east end of the sanctuary.
- There is a Vault-Tec lunchbox in the basement nursery.
Trinity Plaza appears only in Fallout 4.
- Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p.452: "[11.02] TRINITY PLAZA
Still standing in the overgrown plaza that bears its name is Trinity Church. Founded in 1733, the present structure was completed in 1877 and now houses a small congregation of Super Mutants. The church has two entrances—the main doors and a hatch to the rear (east). Don’t forget the magazine from the pulpit. The area is easy to spot from a distance; it is adjacent to the massive Trinity Tower."
(Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)