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206 Washington St, Boston, MA | Directions 0210942.358056 -71.057814
Mon.-sat. 10 A.m. To 9 P.m. Sun. Noon To 6 P.m.
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Central
The oldest surviving public building in Boston houses a whole lot of history. – In Short
Since 1713, when the Old State House was built to house the government offices of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, its life has been anything but quiet (the Declaration of Independence was first proclaimed from the balcony in 1776). Today, this important stop on the Freedom Trail is maintained by the Bostonian Society. The extensive library and museum collections follow the evolution of Boston from its settlement through the American Revolution to the present.
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