Boston Heritage Churches & Buildings Photos

Boston has many pre-Revolutionary sites & heritage buildings with an organized Freedom Trail leading between them.

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Massachusetts State House on Beacon Hill. Boston, MA.Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Spiral entrance stairs in Park Street Church. Boston, MA.
Massachusetts State House (1798) on Beacon Hill. Boston, MA. Architect: Charles Bulfinch. On National Register. Park Street Church (1809) (117-123 Tremont St.). Boston, MA. Style: Federal. Architect: Peter Banner & Daniel Brigham & Solomon Willard. Park Street Church (1809). Boston, MA. Architect: Peter Banner.Spiral entrance stairs in Park Street Church. Boston, MA.
Rows of headstones at Granary Burying Ground beside Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Headstone of Patriot Paul Revere at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Monument to Patriot John Hancock at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Hotel Bellevue , Boston Transit Commission , Lawyers Building & One Beacon Street. Boston, MA.
Rows of headstones at Granary Burying Ground (est. 1660) beside Park Street Church. Boston, MA. Headstone of Patriot Paul Revere (1734-1818) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Monument (1895) to Patriot John Hancock (1737-93) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Hotel Bellevue (1899), Boston Transit Commission (1903), Lawyers Building (1922) & One Beacon Street. Boston, MA.
Abbott Lawrence House. Boston, MA.View along Tremont Street. Boston, MA.Tremont St.heritage buildings 126 , 128 , 129 by Winslow & Wetherell. Boston, MA.Tremont Temple Baptist Church has a large auditorium. Boston, MA.
Abbott Lawrence House (1835) (7-8 Park St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Henry B. Ball; McNeil Brothers.View along Tremont Street. Boston, MA.Tremont St.heritage buildings 126 (1955), 128 (1905), 129 (1895) by Winslow & Wetherell. Boston, MA.Tremont Temple Baptist Church (1894-6) (76-88 Tremont St.) has a large auditorium. Boston, MA. Architect: Clarence Blackall. On National Register.
Tremont Temple facade with brick pattern & elaborate decorations. Boston, MA.Tremont Temple Baptist Church. Boston, MA.Facade of Tremont Temple Baptist Church. Boston, MA.Renaissance Revival style balcony on Tremont Temple Baptist Church. Boston, MA.
Tremont Temple facade with brick pattern & elaborate decorations. Boston, MA.Tremont Temple Baptist Church (1896) (76-88 Tremont St.). Boston, MA. Style: Renaissance Revival. Architect: Clarence H. Blackall.Facade of Tremont Temple Baptist Church. Boston, MA.Renaissance Revival style balcony on Tremont Temple Baptist Church. Boston, MA.
Renaissance Revival style facade on Tremont Temple Baptist Church. Boston, MA.David J. Sargent Hall of Suffolk University Law School. Boston, MA.David J. Sargent Hall of Suffolk University Law School. Boston, MA.King's Chapel. Boston, MA.
Renaissance Revival style facade on Tremont Temple Baptist Church. Boston, MA.David J. Sargent Hall of Suffolk University Law School (1999) (120 Tremont St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Tsoi Kobus & Assoc..David J. Sargent Hall of Suffolk University Law School (1999) (120 Tremont St.). Boston, MA.King's Chapel (1750) (58 Tremont St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Peter Harrison.
King's Chapel pulpit. Boston, MA.Monument to Patriot William Dawes Jr. who rode to warn the Minutemen at King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Wrought iron fence around King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Old City Hall. Boston, MA.
King's Chapel pulpit (1717). Boston, MA. Monument (1899) to Patriot William Dawes Jr. (1745-99) who rode to warn the Minutemen at King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA. Wrought iron fence around King's Chapel Burying Ground. Boston, MA. Old City Hall (1865). Boston, MA. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Arthur Gillman. On National Register.
Statue of Ben Franklin outside of Old City Hall on site of first American Public School which Franklin attended. Boston, MA.Old South Meeting House a Puritan house of worship where the 1773 Boston Tea Party was organized. Boston, MA.One Devonshire Place beyond Old South Meeting House on Washington Street. Boston, MA.Spire of Old South Meeting House. Boston, MA.
Statue of Ben Franklin outside of Old City Hall on site of first American Public School which Franklin attended. Boston, MA. Old South Meeting House (1729) a Puritan house of worship where the 1773 Boston Tea Party was organized. Boston, MA. Style: Georgian. Architect: Robert Twelves. On National Register. One Devonshire Place beyond Old South Meeting House on Washington Street. Boston, MA.Spire of Old South Meeting House. Boston, MA.
Pulpit of Old South Church. Boston, MA.Heritage buildings along Washington Street. Boston, MA.Green cast-iron building at Washington Street & Spring Lane. Boston, MA.Old State House. Boston, MA.
Pulpit of Old South Church. Boston, MA. Heritage buildings along Washington Street. Boston, MA.Green cast-iron building at Washington Street & Spring Lane. Boston, MA.Old State House (1713). Boston, MA.
Statue of Samuel Adams in front of Faneuil Hall. Boston, MA.Faneuil Hall. Boston, MA.Grasshopper weather vane on dome of Faneuil Hall. Boston, MA.Quincy Market. Boston, MA.
Statue of Samuel Adams (1722-1803) in front of Faneuil Hall. Boston, MA.Faneuil Hall (1762 & 1805). Boston, MA. Style: Georgian. Architect: Charles Bulfinch. On National Register.Grasshopper weather vane on dome of Faneuil Hall. Boston, MA.Quincy Market (1825). Boston, MA. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Alexander Parris. On National Register.
Quincy Market against Custom House Tower. Boston, MA.Sunflowers in market. Boston, MA.Custom House Tower. Boston, MA.Top of Custom House Tower. Boston, MA.
Quincy Market against Custom House Tower. Boston, MA.Sunflowers in market. Boston, MA.Custom House Tower (1915) (32 floors) (Central St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Peabody & Stearns.Top of Custom House Tower. Boston, MA.
Balcony level of Custom House Tower with corner eagles. Boston, MA.Lobster restaurant near Faneuil Hall. Boston, MA.Flour & Grain Exchange Building. Boston, MA.Ames Building is the second tallest load-bearing stone walled building in America. Boston, MA.
Balcony level of Custom House Tower with corner eagles. Boston, MA.Lobster restaurant near Faneuil Hall. Boston, MA.Flour & Grain Exchange Building (1892) (177 Milk St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge.Ames Building (1893) (1 Court St.) is the second tallest load-bearing stone walled building in America. Boston, MA. Architect: Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge.
Paul Revere House. Boston, MA.Paul Revere House front door. Boston, MA.Paul Revere House last remaining structure from 17c in Boston. It was built for Robert Howard. Boston, MA.Bell tower of Bulfinch's St Stephen's Church. Boston, MA.
Paul Revere House (c1680) (19 North Square). Boston, MA.Paul Revere House front door. Boston, MA.Paul Revere House (c1680) last remaining structure from 17c in Boston. It was built for Robert Howard. Boston, MA. Architect: John Jeffs. On National Register.Bell tower of Bulfinch's St Stephen's Church. Boston, MA.
Interior of St Stephen's Church. Boston, MA.Paul Revere statue with Old North Church. Boston, MA.Tower of Old North Church where lanterns were hung to signal Paul Revere "One if by land, and two if by sea". Boston, MA.Interior of Old North Church. Boston, MA.
Interior of St Stephen's Church. Boston, MA. Paul Revere statue with Old North Church. Boston, MA. Tower of Old North Church where lanterns were hung to signal Paul Revere "One if by land, and two if by sea". Boston, MA. Interior of Old North Church. Boston, MA.
Heritage buildings over Copp's Hill Burial Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstones of Copp's Hill Burial Ground. Boston, MA.Tremont Building. Boston, MA.Winthrop Building. Boston, MA.
Heritage buildings over Copp's Hill Burial Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstones of Copp's Hill Burial Ground. Boston, MA. Tremont Building (1895) (67-81 Tremont St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Norcross Brothers.Winthrop Building (1893) (276-278 Washington St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Clarence Howard Blackall.
Romanesque Revival arches of Ames Building. Boston, MA.Neoclassical side facade of Boston City Hall Annex. Boston, MA.Boston City Hall Annex. Boston, MA.United States Trust Company Building. Boston, MA.
Romanesque Revival arches of Ames Building (1889). Boston, MA.Neoclassical side facade of Boston City Hall Annex. Boston, MA.Boston City Hall Annex (1912) (26 Court St.). Boston, MA. Style: Classical Revival. Architect: Edward Thomas Patrick Graham.United States Trust Company Building (aka New Scollary Square) (1914) (30-40 Court St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Charles Howard Blackall.
Building at Ingersoll's Inn Site where George Washington stayed in 1789. Boston, MA.Batterymarch St. heritage streetscape with red corner building & Custom House Tower. Boston, MA.Paramount Theatre. Boston, MA.Boston Opera House [former Savoy Theater]. Boston, MA.
Building at Ingersoll's Inn Site (Tremont St. at Court St.) where George Washington stayed in 1789. Boston, MA.Batterymarch St. heritage streetscape with red corner building (1873) & Custom House Tower. Boston, MA.Paramount Theatre (1930) (559 Washington St.). Boston, MA. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Arthur H. Bowditch.Boston Opera House [former Savoy Theater] (1925) (537 Washington St.). Boston, MA. Architect: Thomas White Lamb.

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