Boston National Historical Park is a unique collaboration of federally, municipally, and privately owned and operated historic sites associated with the colonial struggle for independence and the birth and growth of the nation. These nationally significant attractions include the Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, the Old North Church, the Paul Revere House, the Bunker Hill Monument, the Bunker Hill Museum, Dorchester Heights, and the Charlestown Navy Yard including USS Constitution, the USS Constitution Museum, and USS Cassin Young. Every site along Boston’s Freedom Trail® is featured.
Boston African American National Historic Site is comprised of the largest area of pre-Civil War black owned structures in the U.S. It has roughly two dozen sites on the north face of Beacon Hill. These historic buildings were homes, businesses, schools, and churches of a thriving black community that, in the face of great opposition, fought the forces of slavery and inequality.
This webapp provides a centralized schedule of all talks, tours, events, exhibits, and activities across all park sites and park partners. It enables both staff and the general public to print a daily "Today at the Park" publication dynamically and on-demand, streamlining resources and minimizing waste.
|Boston's Trails to Freedom||National Park Service|
U.S. Department of the Interior
Boston National Historical Park
Boston African American National Historic Site
|Museum of African American History & The African Meeting House|
|Old South Meeting House|
310 Washington St.
Old State House
206 Washington St.
|Paul Revere House|
19 North Sq.
Old North Church
195 Salem St.
|Charlestown Navy Yard|
|USS Constitution Museum
Building 22 -Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center
Building 5 -