Year of the Massacre : 1770
Address : Corner of State and Congress St, Boston, MA 02109, USA
Closest Landmarks : Old State House, King’s Chapel Burying Ground, Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Visitation Charges : None
Site Marker : Grey cobblestone ring with a star at the centre
One of the most frequently visited locations in the city and on the Freedom Trail, the site of the Boston Massacre commemorates not only the historic event that later led to the American Revolution but also those who lost their lives in the bloody massacre.
The infamous 1770 Boston Massacre came to be one of the most prolific moments in the city and the country’s history, and contributed largely to the Revolution that began in 1775. A grey cobblestone circle marks the site that pays tribute to the Bostonians' opposition to the British forces and to those who lost their lives during the massacre; Crispus Attucks, Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, Patrick Carr and James Caldwell.
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