Connected along the Freedom Trail, the park sites in downtown Boston are part of a unique collaboration of public and private organizations. The sites listed here are among the most significant sites in downtown Boston. They were identified in the park's 1974 establishing legislation as possessing the greatest importance in the creation of the United States.
As historic sites, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, and Paul Revere House are each operated by independent non-profit organizations that predate the Park Service itself. Old North remains an active Episcopal church that dates back to 1723. Faneuil Hall remains a City-owned building and it is operated in collaboration with the National Parks of Boston.
Explore these historic sites in Boston
Last updated: December 27, 2021