This area, centered on Washington and Tremont Streets, has thrived since the first theater went up in 1792.
Walk the National Park Service’s Network to Freedom, this iconic 2.5-mile route connects 16 sites and over 250 years of history.
Founded in 1634, America’s oldest public park is open for all to enjoy. The park has and continues to serve as a place for public speech and debate.
Stroll through this picturesque neighborhood with its Federalist and Victorian era row houses overlooking Boston Common.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
A part of Boston National Historical Park, the hall is a marketplace and gathering site for over 270 years and is often referred to as the “Cradle of Liberty”.
Old North Church
Visit this landmark famous for its roof and Paul Revere’s midnight ride, Boston’s oldest surviving church building and the most visited historical site.
Old State House
The oldest surviving public building in Boston and now a museum, it houses Revolution-era artifacts including tea salvaged from the Boston Tea Party.
Board the world’s oldest ship still afloat. Also known as Old Ironsides, she is now a museum open to the public year-round.
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