"The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people..."
Discover how one city could be the Cradle of Liberty, site of the first major battle of American Revolution, and home to many who espoused that freedom can be extended to all.
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Faneuil Hall Visitor Center
Boston National Historical Park opened a brand new, state-of-the-art, visitor center! Check out this link to learn more.Read More
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Squaring the Yard
Learn how it took one of America's naval heroes to fix the Charlestown Navy Yard.Read More
Webster's Reply to Hayne
Does G.P.A. Healy's image of Daniel Webster even take place in Faneuil Hall?Read More
Learn about the Destroyer Escorts built in the Boston Navy Yard during World War II.Read More
Did You Know?
The request to reserve Faneuil Hall on December 16, 1873, identified the event as a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. In truth, Suffragette Lucy Stone held the first women's suffragette meeting in the "Cradle of Liberty." She surprised many with her real agenda that day.