Monument / Point de repère
Bunker Hill Monument
Recommandé par 59 habitants ·
Conseils des habitants
Walk around this tiny park, bring a snack and have a picnic on the green and if you're up for it climb to the top for the best views of the city.
On June 17, 1775, New England soldiers faced the British army for the first time in a pitched battle. Popularly known as "The Battle of Bunker Hill," bloody fighting took place throughout a hilly landscape of fenced pastures that were situated across the Charles River from Boston. Though the British…
Parking is allowed for non-residents only around the park and for only 2 hours at a time.
The Bunker Hill Monument was erected to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill, which was among the first major battles between British and Patriot forces in the American Revolutionary War, fought there June 17, 1775.
Bunker Hill Monument; historical facts, map, pictures, and things to do nearby.
Activités uniques à proximité
Logements à proximité
Les habitants recommandent également
“As the memory and educational voice of USS Constitution, the USS Constitution Museum preserves, displays, and interprets artifacts and archival material related to the Ship and her crew through interactive exhibitions, compelling programs, and engaging outreach initiatives. The Museum was incorporated in 1972 as a private, non-profit and non-government funded interpretive complement to USS Constitution, an active-duty US Navy vessel and the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world. This allowed the Navy to clear Constitution’s decks of display cases so that visitors could see the Ship as a sailing vessel, rather than as a floating museum, and for artifacts to be cared for in proper environmental conditions.”
- Recommandé par 46 habitants
“The Warren Tavern, conveniently within walking distance of your Airbnb, is one of the most historic watering holes in America. The Warren Tavern was founded in 1780 in Charlestown, Massachusetts and still stands in that block of land today. In the early years of the Warren Tavern it was frequented by many American Revolutionary War heroes such as Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin , Sergeant David Turner and George Washington.”
- Recommandé par 34 habitants
“Local Favorite - Great spot for a morning coffee and a breakfast sandwich in Charlestown. ”
- Recommandé par 18 habitants
“Wood-fired pizza and an extensive selection of craft beers on tap. And just a 5-minute walk down the street — doesn’t get any better than that!”
- Recommandé par 20 habitants
Restaurant de fruits de mer
“Upscale yet casual. A favorite spot for a martini and small plates. Also splits the difference if walking into the North End/Downtown.”
- Recommandé par 10 habitants