This bronze beauty dates to 1868, when it was gifted to the city of Boston by wealthy merchant Gardner Brewer. After a recent...
Freedom Trail Foundation
This educational nonprofit group leads excellent tours of the Freedom Trail, broken up into bite-size portions (eg Boston Common to...
The 50-acre Boston Common is the country’s oldest public park. If you have any doubt, refer to the plaque emblazoned with the words of...
The Modern Theatre dates to 1876 and showed Boston's first 'talkie' in 1928. Nearly a century later, the building has opened its doors...
This dim, inviting bar is a perfect place to settle in for a Dark & Stormy on a dark and stormy night. The fare is bar food like...
35 Temple Pl · interesting places nearby
Windsor Button information
Windsor Button has Boston’s most extensive collection of buttons and yarn, as well as sewing and craft products. Designer buttons, hand-painted buttons, leather buttons, seashell buttons… not to mention a whole line of New England–themed buttons (lighthouses, lobsters, swan boats, etc) – the perfect souvenir for sewing enthusiasts.