History Is Just Around The Corner

After touring our Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, see what other history awaits you on your historical journey in one of the nation’s oldest cities!

Boston Common

America’s oldest park is more than a green oasis in a metropolitan city.

Bunker Hill Monument & Museum

The site of the first major battle of the American Revolution and hear the story of the battle.

Faneuil Hall

Historic Faneuil Hall looks as pristinely elegant as any “Cradle of Liberty” should.

Freedom Trail

Sign up for the Freedom Trail Tours and be escorted through throughout the sites with a colonial guide.

King’s Chapel and King’s
Chapel Burying Ground

The first Anglican Church in New England and the oldest burying ground in Boston proper.

Old North Church

The Old North Church, officially known as Christ Church in the city of Boston.

Old South Meeting House

No tax on tea! This started the revolution with the Boston Tea Party.

Old State House

The oldest surviving public building in Boston, and America’s finest example of British architecture.

Park Street Church

Designed by Peter Banner, its 217-foot steeple was, for many years, the tallest point in the city of Boston.

Paul Revere House

Built around 1680, the Paul Revere House is a rare example of 17th-century urban architecture.

The State House

The golden-domed, symmetrical red brick building, was designed by Boston architect, Charles Bulfinch.

USS Constitution

USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world and America’s Ship of State.

USS Constitution Museum

The Museum serves as the memory and educational voice of the USS Constitution.