Boston National Historical Park
What are your plans for this weekend? How about making this weekend a bit more informative? Probably by there might be a question mark on your face. It is all about paying a visit to Boston National Historical Park. This park is located at downtown Boston, which has municipally, privately and federally owned seven out of eight historic sites. These historic sites are connected by Freedom Trail. Here at this park, there are 16 sites which can be seen comfortably through a walking tour of 2.5 miles. You can even go through Charlestown and downtown Boston to get closer to their historic importance.
In this Boston National Historical Park, you can come across the events associated to American Revolution. In addition to that you can even go through the related threads like Bunker Hill, Old North Church, Faneuil Hall, Old South Meeting House, Dorchester Heights, Paul Reverse House, Old State House and a part of Charlestown Navy Yard. Apart from that you can have rounds at USS Constitution Museum, USS Cassin Young and USS Constitution.
Once you go through Boston National Historical Park website, you can get to know information about the tours, programs, publications, lectures and exhibits. At the park, there will be park rangers who would guide you trough out your tour in the park. They help you in getting to know in details about history information that related to Boston and even about the revolution. In addition to that, the grounds at Dorchester Heights Monuments are opened year round, yet the monuments will be opened only in particular seasons. So you need to make a call to the authorities before planning a visit, so that you can make sure go through every place right on your first visit itself. So, do plan your weekend accordingly.