A place of historical significance, walk slowly along the Freedom Trail and experience this historic city with your footsteps
Old City Hall is located in downtown Boston in the middle of School Street. Was the original Boston City Hall in 1800's. The building is great to photograph. You will need about 5 minutes or longer if photographing. Disability access is limited. Disability parking is not provided, just on street parking.
History runs through the Freedom Trail and can be seen in many of the building facades. The Old City Hall is one of several buildings that can be found on the trail. Unfortunately, Old City Hall currently houses a steakhouse, but the facade and outside property still reflects colonial and political history. A small part of Andrew Jackson's campaign history can be found here along with a statue of a donkey, the symbol adopted by the Democratic Party.
An iconic building to be found in the heart of the city of Boston and as luck would have it wholly accessible via the Freedom trail. This is an edifice that ouzes history out of every pore of it''s build. Classically and so impressively styled with several interesting elements within it''s grounds - so do make sure that you have a wander around in the garden area near the front door and do read everything on offer some of which I found to be profoundly interesting.