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Granary Burying Ground

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Cemetery
Opening Soon Open from 9:00am-4:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 20-30 minutes
Address: Tremont Street, (between Park and School Sreets), Boston, MA 02108
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Phone: +1-617-6357361

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⛰[Sights Raiders]📍 Detail Address: Tremont St, Boston, MA 02108🚗 Traffic Raiders: Located on the Free Road of Boston, walking from common park , about 10 minutes walk away, just in the downtown area of Boston 🕙 Open Time: Monday to Sunday 09:00-17:00💰 Ticket Price: No Tickets are required, Free public access to 🌟 Highlights Features: Cemetery tours are probably a major highlight of Boston, and few of these cemeteries are open to public view, whereas Boston not only has them, but is also on the famous road to freedom. This is the third oldest cemetery in Boston, founded in 1660. One of the most famous is the obelisk, which also includes the John Hancock Monument and the Tomb of Samuel Adams

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For those interested in history, a trip to Boston requires a walk through the Granary Burying Ground. The cemetery provides a final resting place for numerous American heroes, including Paul Revere and three signers of the Declaration of Independence. Founded in 1660, the cemetery includes 2,345 marked graves. The Freedom Trail wanders through the Granary Burying Ground and the cemetery provides a history lesson as visitors stroll through the markers commemorating American patriots. Small American flags mark significant graves, making it easy for visitors to identify markers and tombs of special historic interest. Visitors enjoy the choice of guided tours through the graveyard or self-directed exploration. For those interested in history, a trip to Boston requires a walk through the Granary Burying Ground. The cemetery provides a final resting place for numerous American heroes, including Paul Revere and three signers of the Declaration of Independence. Founded in 1660, the cemetery includes 2,345 marked graves. The Freedom Trail wanders through the Granary Burying Ground and the cemetery provides a history lesson as visitors stroll through the markers commemorating American patriots. Small American flags mark significant graves, making it easy for visitors to identify markers and tombs of special historic interest. Visitors enjoy the choice of guided tours through the graveyard or self-directed exploration.
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