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This colonial-era landmark has one of the most recognizable facades in Boston, with its State Street gable adorned by a brightly gilded lion and unicorn, symbols of British imperial power. Full review →
Built in 1713, this brick structure served as the seat of colonial government before the Revolution and as the state capitol until 1798. Full review →
Dating to 1713, the Old State House is Boston’s oldest surviving public building, where the Massachusetts Assembly used to debate the issues of the day before the revolution. Full review →
The Boston Massacre took place outside the building in 1770, and on July 18, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was read from its balcony. Full review →
Oldest surviving public building in Boston. Full review →