Not sure why the bunker hill statue is located where it is because the battle of bunker hill didn't happen exactly here but still it's a cool place to visit that's free.
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A little out of the way, but worth the trip. It makes more sense to climb to the top and see through the portals what the city must have looked like so long ago. Plan to arrive well before closing, late morning is probably best...More
This is a free attraction - the price you have to pay is the soreness in your legs the next day. The views at the very top is so worth it because you can see the city skyline. It's a bit cramped so I would...More
Bunker Hill is one of the sites along the Freedom Trail and is part of Boston National Historical Park. The Battle of Bunker Hill, which was among the first major battles between British and Patriot forces in the American Revolutionary War, fought there June 17,...More
This is a lovely historic neighborhood to walk. Enjoy the Federalist architecture and its parks and starues.
OK it is a hill with a big monument on top of it but it a famous hill and a famous battle was fought here. Walked here from CentralBoston and thought it was worth it. There is a lot of history here and it is...More
Nice neighborhood to walk through. Beautiful views. I really enjoyed the history lesson. There were a lot of school children there making the right staircase a bit crowded but they emptied out quickly
Recommend going if you are doing the freedom trail, going to the top is free you just need to get tickets across the street. Have to be in good shape to make it to the top!
For those who do not want to walk up, we did, the museum is a quick guide to the battle at Bunker Hill. Informative and the place to obtain tickets to the monument. Tickets are free for the monument. Neighborhood is also nice to stroll...More