Park Street Church & Granary Burying Ground, Boston Photos

The Park Street Church (1809) (117-123 Tremont St.) in Boston bears the federal design so typical of New England churches. It was designed by Peter Banner & Daniel Brigham & Solomon Willard. The adjacent Granary Burying Ground contains graves and monuments to American patriots like Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, John Hancock and those killed in the Boston Massacre.

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Park Street Church & surrounding towers. Boston, MA.Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Spire of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Spire of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.
Park Street Church & surrounding towers. Boston, MA.Park Street Church (1809) (117-123 Tremont St.). Boston, MA. Style: Federal. Architect: Peter Banner & Daniel Brigham & Solomon Willard.Spire of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Spire of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.
Facade of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Interior of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Bronze chandelier in Park Street Church. Boston, MA.
Facade of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Park Street Church (1809). Boston, MA. Architect: Peter Banner.Interior of Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Bronze chandelier in Park Street Church. Boston, MA.
Spiral entrance stairs in Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Rows of headstones at Granary Burying Ground beside Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Monument to Patriot Samuel Adams at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Monument to Patriot Paul Revere at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Spiral entrance stairs in Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Rows of headstones at Granary Burying Ground (est. 1660) beside Park Street Church. Boston, MA.Monument (1898) to Patriot Samuel Adams (1722-1803) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Monument to Patriot Paul Revere (1734-1818) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Headstone of Patriot Paul Revere at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Monument to Patriot John Hancock at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tomb of victims of Boston Massacre of March 5, 1770 at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with winged skull at Granary Burying Ground. 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.Tomb of victims of Boston Massacre of March 5, 1770 at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with winged skull (1713) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Headstone with skull & crossbones at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with winged skull at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with skull, moon & heart at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with winged skull at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Headstone with skull & crossbones (1709) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with winged skull (1740) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with skull, moon & heart (1713) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Headstone with winged skull (1737) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Headstone with winged angel at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Pair of tombstones with winged skulls at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone with grim reapers & hourglass at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone with grim reaper & hourglass at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Headstone with winged angel (1695) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Pair of tombstones with winged skulls (1752 & 74) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone with grim reapers & hourglass at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.Tombstone with grim reaper & hourglass at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.
Tombstone with grim reaper & hourglass at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.


Tombstone with grim reaper & hourglass (1737) at Granary Burying Ground. Boston, MA.



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