Site of the First Public School
King's Chapel & Burying Ground
Bostonians were not pleased when the original Anglican church was erected on this site in 1688. (Remember, it was the Anglicans – the...
Old City Hall
This monumental French Second Empire building occupies a historic spot. Out front, a plaque commemorates the site of the first public...
Province House Steps
An innocuous set of steps next to the Marliave is all that remains of the 17th-century royal governor’s mansion. From here, General...
It’s now named for the 1956 novel about former Boston mayor James Michael Curley, but the beautiful lobby bar of the Omni Parker House...
A French immigrant, Henry Marliave first opened this restaurant way back in 1885. After a recent rehab, the Marliave has reopened with...
Site of the First Public School information
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