/Boston Massacre Site

Boston Massacre Site

On March 5, 1770, the tension from the British military’s occupation of Boston escalated into the event now referred to as the Boston Massacre. There was an extremely heavy military presence in downtown Boston to maintain control over civilians. On this evening, British soldiers shot and killed civilians while under attack by the mob. The event was engraved into history by Paul Revere and is considered one of the most important events that turned colonials against King George III and the British Parliament.

You can visit the Boston Massacre Site in downtown Boston today! It has been registered as a historic landmark in the United States. It is one of the most popular venues in Boston.

Parking spaces for guests with mobility limitations is available. Although parking availability is generally limited, the Boston Massacre Site offers parking spaces close by.

Motorcycle parking is also available, although there is no alternative spaces to park for motorcycles. Motorcycle parking is located on the 200 block of Washington Street.

Oversized vehicles can park nearby the Boston Massacre Site although there are a limited number of spaces available.