Designated a national park in 1974, the Boston National Historical Park is a must-see area within the downtown area of Boston. Each site associated with the park played some role in the American Revolution. From the Old South Meeting House to Faneuil Hall, you can walk the same areas our forefathers walked and learn how Boston played a role in U.S. history. Hotels near Boston National Historical Park can place you within walking distance of the many great Boston landmarks and allow you to streamline your time in the city. Such hotels include The Constitution Inn and the Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront.
For beautiful waterfront views and spacious accommodations, choose the Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront for your guest room needs. The hotel opened back in 1912, so you are actually enjoying history from your very own suite. Enjoy the rooftop health club for all your exercise needs and dine at the OAK Long Bar + Kitchen, which offers dining and bar service. Enjoy drinks, good food, and a relaxing atmosphere without ever leaving the hotel.
With a location at the start of the Freedom Trail, the Constitution Inn provides you with accommodations within walking distance of the Boston National Historical Park’s many attractions. Walk straight from your guest room the popular attractions within the park including the Bunker Hill Monument. While at the hotel, you will have access to an indoor pool/sauna, Wi-Fi, and fitness center.
Things to Do
One of the best ways to enjoy the Boston National Historical Park is to take a guided tour. The park provides several tour options, so you can learn about certain aspects of Boston history. The Cradle of Liberty Faneuil Hall Talks is one of the popular tours offering you information about Faneuil Hall from the 18th century. The Meetings, Mobs & Martyrs portion of the Tours of the Freedom Trail is also a popular option, showing how British Parliament threatened the American Colonies in way of policies and taxes. Travel one hour with a National Park Service Ranger to Faneuil Hall, the Old State House, Boston Massacre Site, and more to learn how Boston residents resisted the strategies of the British Parliament.
Travel throughout the park by foot with each attraction within a short distance of each other. The Freedom Trail connects most historical sites and is a red brick sidewalk allowing you to easily move from one point to another. Most attractions are also accessible for guests who are wheelchair bound. To travel to other areas within the city, you will have access to the MBTA subway, as well as water transportation. Stores and restaurants are found along the Freedom Trail, so you can stop and rest whenever you choose.
Hotels near Boston National Historical Park also place you near other popular Boston attractions. Travel to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston Children’s Museum, New England Aquarium, and TD Garden during your trip. All of these attractions and more can provide you with an entertaining experience during your time in Boston. Visit at least one of these must-see attractions during your visit.