Nominated for: BEST Landmark
When the Charlestown Navy Yard closed in 1974 after nearly 175 years of serving the fleet, 30 acres became part of Boston National Historical Park. The National Park Service now maintains an important part of the ship yard, and as part of the Park Service's interpretive program, USS Constitution, in connection with the United States Navy, and USS Cassin Young are preserved as representatives of the kinds of vessels built in this yard. Together they represent a 200-year-old tradition of building fine ships for the Navy.
Boston Public Library Boston Public Library Back Bay
Faneuil Hall Market Place Faneuil Hall Market Place Downtown
Copp's Hill Burying Ground Copp's Hill Burying Ground North End
Mount Auburn Cemetery Mount Auburn Cemetery Cambridge, MA