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Bunker/Breed's Hill must be the most celebrated defeat in American history. It proved that colonists could stand up to the greatest Army on the planet, the British Army. The monument is awesome, but the park center is lacking in artifacts. A cannon and few paintings....More
We walked all the way up with our kids with great anticipation of potentially going inside. When we got there, it was closed. We took in the view and talked about the events that had taken place there but it would have been nicer if...More
This is one of those places you read about and when you see it history comes alive. We started off walking up and just looking at the landscape imagining what it was like on that day all those years ago. You can walk up the...More
The monument and scene of the battle is set in a very upscale neighborhood. If you turn the wrong way left on Bunker Hill Street, you head into the projects. The signage directing visitors from I-93 and thru the side streets is poor. I had...More
There is not much to see, but it is nice to see it due to its historic importance for New England. The museum is small but nice and the explanations and service inside is super friendly and interesting. In the summer it is nice to...More