Definitely walk the steps up to see the view. Your legs will be jello for the rest of the day, but it's worth it.
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We didn't have time to stop and visit but had no problem seeing the monument from far away. We almost couldn't avoid it as we went to many of the other sights around.
Very well kept monument and has a great view over the city. The cobbled streets on the way to the monument were very quaint and full of character.
Monument for the first main battle during the Revolutionary war. There are 294 steps to the top, recommend visiting during the early morning, or possibly later in the afternoon - the stairway gets narrow at the top. For a more relaxed approach, take the 93...More
The site of the bloodiest battle in the Revolution, the big attraction here, frankly, is climbing the monument - all 294 steps up and back down. It can be accomplished in a few minutes, but will be a struggle if you are out of shape...More
The Bunker Hill Museum was one of my favorite historic sites in Boston. I think many may miss the museum – it is not that well signed. For me, I had forgotten much about the details of the revolution. This museum provided excellent story boards...More
The Bunker Hill Monument is a 67m tall granite obelisk that was erected between 1825 and 1843 in Boston's Charlestown to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill, which was among the first major battles between British and Patriot forces in the American Revolutionary War, fought...More
The freedom trail walk all the way to bunker hill monument is Amazing! Across the street from the giant monument is the museum/restrooms and exhibits. You could spend an hour inside the museum. You have to buy tickets to climb the monument. There's no food...More