With its collection of photographs and artifacts, this museum celebrates the life and deeds of African-American leader and ... More
Harriet Tubman House
With its collection of photographs and artifacts, this museum celebrates the life and deeds of African-American leader and abolitionist, Harriet Tubman. A figure from the famous slave-liberating Underground Railroad, Tubman was born into slavery but escaped to Boston in 1849. Nicknamed the "Black Moses," she personally helped over 300 people escape from slavery. Admission is free.
This iconic Federal style building was constructed in 1796 by the city's renowned architect, Charles Bulfinch. It was one of
three homes he designed for the family of Harrison Gray Otis, the celebrated lawyer and political luminary of the ...
Paul Revere was a Boston native and local silversmith renowned for his role in the American Revolution. On a night
back in 1775, he left home to warn fellow rebels Sam Adams and John Hancock that British troops were ...
This landmark eatery near Faneuil Hall was established in 1826 and is the oldest continually operating restaurant in the United
States. Usually crowded, the restaurant is frequented by locals and tourists. The late President John F. Kennedy's favorite booth ...