Boston National Historical Park

The Boston National Historic Park is a collection of historic sites associated with the struggle for the independence of this nation. Established in 1974, there are eight significant sites within this 43-acre park. If you want to see most of the monuments that are associated with the park, all you need to do is hike the 2.5 miles long Freedom Trail. This trail weaves through the streets of Boston, and red bricks mark the path so that visitors know where to go next. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Boston National Historical Park

Boston National Historic Park is one of the more unique national park sites because it is located in a city. While you are visiting, you will see the Old State House, the Old South Meeting House, the Paul Revere House, the Old North Church, and Faneuil Hall in downtown Boston. Also, make a point to visit the Bunker Hill Monument, the USS Constitution, and the Charlestown Navy Yard. Traveling to the city in an RV will allow you to explore the city itself as well as the surrounding suburbs. Take the opportunity to explore the museum, to see the sights, and to do some shopping while visiting Boston.

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How To Get To Boston National Historical Park

Driving into the park, you can take I-90 E or I-93 E to get to Boston; however, parking in the area can be scarce. Because you will be traveling in an RV, you may wish to park outside of the city and take public transportation. The Orange and Blue line of the MBTA will take you about a little more than a block away from the Faneuil Hall Visitor's Center. 


Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02129

Fee: Entry fee (federally or municipally owned sites) $0

Fee: Old South Meeting House Entry Fee $6.0

Fee: Old State House Entry Fee $12.0

Fee: Paul Revere House Entry Fee $6.0

Fee: Old North Church Entry Fee $8.0

Visiting the Boston National Historical Park is a great way to learn about the events that led to the American Revolution. You will be able to get up close to eight historic sites in the city, most of which are free to visit. If you make this RV trip during the fall, you can explore some of the colorful New England foliage around the city. Traveling in an RV to this national park site is a great way to create new memories with your family.