• Colonial Boston Map, Faneuil Hall and the Charlestown Navy Yard skyline

    Boston

    National Historical Park Massachusetts

Fees & Reservations

Fees are collected at the privately owned and operated sites by self-supporting associations working cooperatively with the park, including Old South Meeting House, Old State House, and the Paul Revere House. These sites rely on admission fees as they do not receive federal funding for operations and therefore do not accept the National Parks Pass for admission. A Freedom Trail Ticket can be purchased at the Faneuil Hall Visitor Center that gives a discounted entry to these three sites.

There is no fee at the federally owned sites, including the Bunker Hill Monument, Bunker Hill Museum, U.S.S. CONSTITUTION, and Dorchester Heights Monument. Ranger-led programs on the Freedom trail and at Faneuil Hall are also free.

To make a group reservation for groups of 10 or more for a guided tour with Boston National Historical Park call (617) 242-5689 between 8 a.m. and noon, Monday through Friday, or email us. USS Constitution does not accept reservations.

Did You Know?

Lucy Stone

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.