Zumes Coffee House
Bunker Hill Museum
Opposite the Bunker Hill Monument, this red-brick museum contains two floors of exhibits, including historical dioramas, a few artifacts...
Bunker Hill Monument
‘Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes!’ came the order from Colonel Prescott to revolutionary troops on June 17, 1775....
John Harvard Mall
North of City Sq, a shady, brick plaza leads up Town Hill. Back in the days of the earliest settlements, a fort crowned Town Hill, which...
One of the oldest pubs in Boston, the Warren Tavern has been pouring pints for its customers since George Washington and Paul Revere...
This unexpected gem transports guests from a colonial town house in historic Charlestown to a sultan’s palace in the Moroccan desert....
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Lonely Planet review
This is slightly off the beaten path (aka the Freedom Trail), but locals love it for the comfy leather chairs, big cups of coffee and decadent doughnuts; other bakery items get rather mixed reviews. Also on the menu: soup, sandwiches and lunchy items. Paintings and photographs by local artists adorn the walls; books and games keep the kiddies busy.