Walking past this memorial from the back of the Old North Church, it is a retro printing press with staff working and able to print you a declaration of American independence, which is also very memorable
An eighteenth century print shop along the way of the Freedom Trail. It's seemingly unknown by the hoardes of tourists elsewhere and nearby, and yet a thoroughly charming - if breif - experience. While next door you can see a demonstration of 18th century chocolate making, in the printing press you can see the same workmanship that master printers have employed for the past 200 years. The shop was the site one of many newspapers, the Daily Gazette, that printed the Declaration of Independence. It's truly a gem among all the historical spots in Boston.
This is actually a museum. Located in an alley not far from the Old North Church, the printing workers inside wear 18th century clothing, demonstrate past printing techniques, and can print a Declaration of Independence for you on the spot.