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Bunker Hill: Uncover the Stories Behind the Battle and Monument at the Museum

A wall of an exhibit filled with images and text. A glass case of artifacts sits in front.
Learn about the Battle of Bunker Hill and its legacy from the museum's images and artifacts.

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The exhibits at the Bunker Hill Museum dive into the history of the battle of Bunker Hill and the monument that memorializes the battle. Here, visitors will also learn about the construction of the Bunker Hill Monument, how the battle has been remembered, and the history of the Charlestown neighborhood. The exhibit includes numerous artifacts and several dioramas that will bring you back to the day of the battle.

Located across the street from the Monument grounds, the exhibits are housed in the old Charlestown Branch building of the Boston Public Library. The museum is free to the public.

Please check current hours of operation before visiting the Museum.

Details

Service animals are allowed inside the Bunker Hill Museum.

Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.

Please check current hours of operation before visiting the Museum.

Please check current hours of operation before visiting the Museum.

Accessibility Information

The Bunker Hill Museum has an elevator to take visitors to exhibit floors.

Service animals are allowed inside the Bunker Hill Museum.

Last updated: March 10, 2021