Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States – with its rich history brings a lot of historical landmarks. With the purchase of your new Boston Home, make sure to take a step back in history and enjoy these historical spots that preserve what Boston was founded on. Back Bay Real Estate is a great place for you to be close to tons of historical landmarks around Downtown Boston and surrounding areas. 

Plimoth Plantation – The Plimoth Plantation serves as a living history museum. At the Plimoth Plantation, you’ll receive a live look about what it was like to live life as a Pilgrim. The Plantation serves traditional cuisine that would have been eaten during the time period and also shows you the hardships and daily routines of life during this period. Actors are extremely talented and well versed in history to make the experience a very real once.

Freedom Trail – The freedom trail is a 2.5-mile walking trail through Downtown Boston that is also along 16 different locations that were significant not only to Boston’s history; but to the United States. Along the walking trail, you will pass by the Old State House, Paul Revere House, and the South Meetinghouse which are all signatures of history. The trail is marked with markers along the way to help you identify which part of history you’re at and its importance to the city. Consider buying a Luxury Real Estate in Boston to be close to these historical landmarks! 

Paul Revere House – Paul Revere took his historic ride through the city with his famous slogan “The British Are Coming!” right from this house in Boston. The two-story house also sits along the Freedom Trail and is a staple of American history. The house itself was built around 1680 and is kept in pristine condition by the city. This landmark serves as one of the first pieces of history but is also very near and dear to Boston.

Bunker Hill Monument – Located in Bunker Hill the 221-foot granite monument serves as a monument for the remembrance of the Battle of Bunker Hill.  The monument also offers a 294 step climb to the top to give you a breathtaking and unique view of the city. The Bunker Hill monument is one of the many stops along the Freedom Trail as well. During certain times of the year, there are also musket firings that create a real-time feel of the old days. The landmark is also close to lots of Charlestown Luxury Real Estate that is up for sale! 

Boston Tea Party & Ships Museum – The Boston Tea Party & Ships Museum offers a real-time feel as to what it was like at the beginning of the American Revolution. The ship holds historic pieces of memorabilia from the time period that will take you back to the beginning of it all. The Ships Museum offers a walking tour as well fueled with well-versed tour guides that dress the part to make it extra authentic.

Granary Burial Ground – The Granary Burial Ground sits along the Freedom Trail and is the third oldest burial ground in Boston. Being built in 1860 this is the final resting place for some of the most important historical figures such as: Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and Paul Revere. The burial ground sits along Tremont Street in Boston and is open year-round to the public.