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Boston Tea Party Museum

This immersive museum takes you from the events leading up to the famous tea party, through the early revolution beginning at Lexington with the 'shot heard round the world.

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Memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the Massachusetts Fifty-Fourth Regiment
This bronze relief statue constructed in 1897 was the first public monument to pay homage to African Americans soldiers.
Park Street Church
Located on the Freedom Trail, Park Street Church was founded in 1809 and remains an active parish in the community today.
Old City Hall
This Second Empire style building served as the site of City Hall for nearly 130 years, beginning in 1865, before the city relocated City Hall to a different building, where it still operates today.
Boston Massacre
In 1770, British troops opened fire on Bostonians, resulting in the death of 5 and injury to 6 others. It was widely publicized throughout the colonies by patriots including, Samuel Adams and Paul Revere.
The Black Rose
Serving traditional Irish fare and ales, including Guinness, the Black Rose has become a favorite of locals and travelers who pop in for the cozy atmosphere along the waterfront.
Boston Seaport
Considered South Boston's portion of the port, Boston Seaport underwent massive urban redevelopment to become the bustling shop-and-restaurant filled waterfront now serving guests daily.

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