Park Street Church is a stop on the Freedom Trail , down the hill from the State House. Built in 1809, the basement served as ... More
Park Street Church
Park Street Church is a stop on the Freedom Trail , down the hill from the State House. Built in 1809, the basement served as a gunpowder storage depot during the War of 1812. Abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison gave his first anti-slavery speech here and the Granary Burying Ground, where many famous early Bostonians are buried, is just steps away. The Federalist brick-and-wood building features a 217-foot steeple and granite steps. The church houses an active Congregationalist parish.
This landmark, located in Faneuil Hall Marketplace, is the place to go for traditional New England fare. Pot roast, prime
rib and Indian pudding (a delicious concoction made from molasses and cornmeal and topped with a dollop of vanilla ...
Any shopper will enjoy a stroll down this street, which features eight blocks of upscale boutiques, shops, restaurants, cafes and
bars. On warm weekends, the sidewalks are teeming with window shoppers, street performers and overflowing outdoor cafes. Located in ...
This French/Italian restaurant, located in the shadow of the State House, has become one of Boston's hottest eateries since its
opening in 1998. The dark and cool interior has cherry wood and indigo walls for a modern, elegant feel. ...