Boston Tourism

There are a number of Revolutionary War attractions you can visit today in Boston. Boston tourism attractions include the home of Paul Revere, Boston Common, where Revolutionary War troops trained, Bunker Hill, site of the bloodiest war in the American Revolution, the USS Constitution, America's oldest commissioned ship still floating, Faneuil Hall, key meeting place of Boston patriots or the home of John Hancock, Governor, President of the Continental Congress and signer of the Declaration of Independence.

USS Constitution in Boston Harbor

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If you have visited any Boston tourist attractions related to the Revolutionary War, we would like to give you the opportunity to share your experiences and your pictures here. There are lots of things to do in Boston. Here are some of the Boston travel sites we would like to hear about from you...

  • Boston Common, Revolutionary War troops' training grounds
  • BunkerHill Monument, site of the American Revolution's bloodiest battle
  • USS Constitution, America's only sailing ship that is still commissioned
  • Faneuil Hall, key meeting place of the Boston patriots
  • Home of John Hancock, Governor and signer of the Declaration of Independence
  • Old North Church, where the lanterns were hung to warn that the British were on their way to Lexington
  • Paul Revere House, home of the silversmith and patriot
  • Longfellow National Historic Site, later the home of poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, this was the site where General George Washington planned the liberation of Boston
  • any other Boston attractions related to the Revolutionary War.

*This page is only for sites in Boston. Go to our Massachusetts Tourism page to add your story if the site is in Massachusetts, but outside of Boston.

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Did you see or learn something interesting about the Revolutionary War at a historic Boston tourism attraction? Why not share your trip with the world? It's free and easy to do. There is no registration required and there is no other obligation on your part.

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