Boston Common is America's oldest park and the start of the Freedom Trail.
Bunker Hill Monument
A 221-foot granite obelisk marks the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution.
Copp's Hill Burying Ground is Boston's second oldest burying ground.
Faneuil Hall know as America's "Cradle of Liberty was the focus of revolutionary activity in Boston. Quincy Market is the most visited tourist destination in Boston. The unique array of shops, restaurants and outdoor entertainment have made it a premiere urban destination that attracts more than 18 million visitors annually.
Granary Burying Grounds
Granary Burying Ground was established in 1660. Three signers of the Declaration of Independence are buried here.
Kings Chapel - Anglican church built to serve the British troops.
Old Corner Book Store
Typical of the kinds of dwellings and shops that lined the streets of Boston in colonial days.
Old North Church
The Old North Church was made famous on the night of April 18, 1775 when Robert Newman, climbed the steeple, and hung the two lanterns which touched off the War for Independence. Over half a million people visit the church each year.
Old South Meeting House
From the meeting of more than 5,000 colonists on December 16, 1773, which started the Boston Tea Party, to the present, the Old South Meeting House has been the site of spirited debates affecting the fate of the community, the state of Massachusetts, and the nation.
Old State House
As the center of political life and thought in the colony, it has been called the most important public building in America prior to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Park Street Church
Historic Park Street Church was founded in 1809.
Paul Revere House
Silversmith Paul Reveres house in Boston's North End is still standing at 19 North Square and now serves as a historic house museum.
The Massachusetts State House sits at the top of Beacon Hill, overlooking Boston Common.
The famous USS Constitution also known as "Old Ironsides," is located in Charlestown in the Navy Yard.