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Business Description
The Bunker Hill Monument is located inside the National Historical Park in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Regular Hours

Neighborhoods
Charlestown, Thompson Square - Bunker Hill
Amenities
Located near the Old South Meeting House, Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Paul revere House, Old North Church, Dorchester Heights inside the National Historical Park. The Battle of Bunker Hill Museum is located just across the street.
Categories
Historical Monuments, Historical Places, Places Of Interest, Tourist Information & Attractions, Museums, Parks

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StellaM80G

06/05/2011

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Awesome

It's NOT that hard to climb to the top... the other reviews make it seem impossible. If you take your time and check out the windows on the way up, no problem. Definitely go ALL the way up. Really fun activity on a clear day.

cookrussell

07/08/2008

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Best enjoyed from the ground!

The Bunker Hill monument is definitely one of my favorite spots in Boston but I highly recommend not climbing to the top. At nearly 300 stairs it's a long way up and causes a lot of pain on the legs for the following 3 to 4 days.

djblitz

06/03/2002

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Bring your sneakers!

Bring your good running/walking shoes because you'll need them to climb to the top of this wonderful monument in Charlestown! The attraction is free and you can enjoy ample parking around the monument. It can get tiring and obviously it is not handicap accessible. The only drawback is that the view at the top is not that great, and your legs if you aren't in shape will hurt for days.

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