It is the oldest public park in the United States. It was once a sheep grazing area and later became a training ground for the militia.
Built in 1798, this is the state capitol building and the seat of government for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
This is a landmark in Boston and a site where slavery was protested and woman’s suffrage was supported.
In this very old cemetery, search for the tombstones of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and Benjamin Franklin’s parents.
Established in 1686, this is one of the oldest churches in Boston. It houses the oldest pulpit still in continuous use in the United States.
This was America’s first public school and Benjamin Franklin attended school here.