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National Register of Historic Places listings in northern Boston

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Location of Boston in Massachusetts
Location of Boston in Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts is home to many listings on the National Register of Historic Places. This list encompasses those locations that are located north of the Massachusetts Turnpike. See National Register of Historic Places listings in southern Boston for listings south of the Turnpike. Properties and districts located elsewhere in Suffolk County's other three municipalities are also listed separately.

There are 324 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Suffolk County, including 58 National Historic Landmarks. The northern part of the city of Boston is the location of 147 of these properties and districts, including 44 National Historic Landmarks.

Contents: Counties in Massachusetts
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 13, 2020.[1]


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Current listings

[2] Name on the Register[3] Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 1767 Milestones April 7, 1971
(#71000084)
Between Boston and Springfield along Old Post Rd.
42°21′42″N 71°07′48″W / 42.361556°N 71.129998°W / 42.361556; -71.129998 (1767 Milestones)
Allston Includes markers in Roxbury and Mission Hill, and markers in Hampden, Middlesex, and Worcester counties
2 John Adams Courthouse May 8, 1974
(#74000391)
Pemberton Sq.
42°21′33″N 71°03′42″W / 42.359167°N 71.061667°W / 42.359167; -71.061667 (John Adams Courthouse)
Downtown Contains the nation's oldest law library, the Social Law Library
3 African Meetinghouse October 7, 1971
(#71000087)
8 Smith St.
42°21′35″N 71°03′57″W / 42.359722°N 71.065833°W / 42.359722; -71.065833 (African Meetinghouse)
Beacon Hill This is the nation's longest standing black church edifice; it also hosts the Museum of African American History, open to the public.
4 Ames Building April 26, 1974
(#74000382)
1 Court St.
42°21′32″N 71°03′31″W / 42.358889°N 71.058611°W / 42.358889; -71.058611 (Ames Building)
Downtown Considered Boston's first skyscraper.
5 Nathan Appleton Residence December 22, 1977
(#77001541)
39–40 Beacon St.
42°21′25″N 71°04′01″W / 42.356944°N 71.066944°W / 42.356944; -71.066944 (Nathan Appleton Residence)
Beacon Hill
6 Arlington Street Church May 4, 1973
(#73000313)
Arlington and Boylston Sts.
42°21′07″N 71°04′16″W / 42.352028°N 71.071139°W / 42.352028; -71.071139 (Arlington Street Church)
Back Bay
7 Armory of the First Corps of Cadets May 22, 1973
(#73000314)
97–105 Arlington St. and 130 Columbus Ave.
42°20′59″N 71°04′14″W / 42.349722°N 71.070556°W / 42.349722; -71.070556 (Armory of the First Corps of Cadets)
Bay Village
8 Francis B. Austin House October 21, 1988
(#87001478)
58 High St.
42°22′34″N 71°04′37″W / 42.376111°N 71.076944°W / 42.376111; -71.076944 (Francis B. Austin House)
Charlestown
9 Frederick Ayer Mansion April 5, 2005
(#05000459)
395 Commonwealth Ave.
42°20′57″N 71°05′25″W / 42.349256°N 71.090317°W / 42.349256; -71.090317 (Frederick Ayer Mansion)
Back Bay
10 Back Bay Historic District August 14, 1973
(#73001948)
Roughly bounded by the Charles River, Arlington, Providence, Boylston, and Newbury Sts., and Charlesgate East
42°21′04″N 71°04′50″W / 42.3512°N 71.0806°W / 42.3512; -71.0806 (Back Bay Historic District)
Back Bay
11 Baker Congregational Church November 19, 1998
(#98001381)
760 Saratoga St.
42°23′02″N 71°01′04″W / 42.383889°N 71.017778°W / 42.383889; -71.017778 (Baker Congregational Church)
East Boston
12 Beach-Knapp District December 9, 1980
(#80000462)
Roughly bounded by Harrison Ave., Washington, Kneeland, and Beach Sts.
42°21′04″N 71°03′44″W / 42.351111°N 71.062222°W / 42.351111; -71.062222 (Beach-Knapp District)
Chinatown
13 Beacon Hill Historic District October 15, 1966
(#66000130)
Bounded by Beacon St., the Charles River Embankment, and Pinckney, Revere, and Hancock Sts.
42°21′33″N 71°04′05″W / 42.359072°N 71.068117°W / 42.359072; -71.068117 (Beacon Hill Historic District)
Beacon Hill
14 Bedford Building August 21, 1979
(#79000368)
89–103 Bedford St.
42°21′10″N 71°03′32″W / 42.352778°N 71.058889°W / 42.352778; -71.058889 (Bedford Building)
Downtown
15 Bennington Street Burying Ground May 22, 2002
(#02000548)
Bennington St., between Swift and Harmony Sts.
42°22′50″N 71°01′19″W / 42.380556°N 71.021944°W / 42.380556; -71.021944 (Bennington Street Burying Ground)
East Boston
16 Blackstone Block Historic District May 26, 1973
(#73000315)
Area bound by Union, Hanover, Blackstone, and North Sts.
42°21′40″N 71°03′25″W / 42.361111°N 71.056944°W / 42.361111; -71.056944 (Blackstone Block Historic District)
Downtown
17 Blake and Amory Building June 2, 2014
(#14000272)
59 Temple Pl.
42°21′17″N 71°03′41″W / 42.3547°N 71.0615°W / 42.3547; -71.0615 (Blake and Amory Building)
Downtown
18 Boston African American National Historic Site October 10, 1980
(#80004396)
Joy St.
42°21′36″N 71°03′55″W / 42.359986°N 71.065217°W / 42.359986; -71.065217 (Boston African American National Historic Site)
Beacon Hill
19 Boston Athenæum October 15, 1966
(#66000132)
10½ Beacon St.
42°21′28″N 71°03′45″W / 42.357778°N 71.0625°W / 42.357778; -71.0625 (Boston Athenæum)
Beacon Hill
20 Boston Common February 27, 1987
(#87000760)
Beacon, Park, Tremont, Boylston, and Charles Sts.
42°21′16″N 71°03′54″W / 42.354444°N 71.065°W / 42.354444; -71.065 (Boston Common)
multiple
21 Boston Common and Public Garden July 12, 1972
(#72000144)
Beacon, Park, Tremont, Boylston, and Arlington Sts.
42°21′15″N 71°04′12″W / 42.3541°N 71.07°W / 42.3541; -71.07 (Boston Common and Public Garden)
multiple
22 Boston Edison Electric Illuminating Company December 9, 1980
(#80000453)
25–39 Boylston St.
42°21′08″N 71°03′51″W / 42.352222°N 71.064167°W / 42.352222; -71.064167 (Boston Edison Electric Illuminating Company)
Chinatown
23 Boston Fish Pier Historic District July 13, 2017
(#100001314)
212–234 Northern Ave.
42°21′06″N 71°02′15″W / 42.351665°N 71.037621°W / 42.351665; -71.037621 (Boston Fish Pier Historic District)
South Boston
24 Boston National Historical Park October 26, 1974
(#74002222)
Inner harbor at the mouth of the Charles River
42°22′12″N 71°03′20″W / 42.37°N 71.055556°W / 42.37; -71.055556 (Boston National Historical Park)
Boston Harbor
25 Boston Naval Shipyard November 15, 1966
(#66000134)
East of Chelsea St., Charlestown
42°22′30″N 71°03′09″W / 42.375°N 71.0525°W / 42.375; -71.0525 (Boston Naval Shipyard)
Charlestown Updated listing May 5, 2015 as "Boston National Historical Park/Charlestown Navy Yard".
26 Boston Police Station Number One-Traffic Tunnel Administration Building March 3, 2015
(#15000048)
128, 150 North & 130–140 Richmond St.
42°21′45″N 71°03′17″W / 42.3626°N 71.0547°W / 42.3626; -71.0547 (Boston Police Station Number One-Traffic Tunnel Administration Building)
North End
27 Boston Public Garden February 27, 1987
(#87000761)
Beacon, Charles, Boylston, and Arlington Sts.
42°21′15″N 71°04′12″W / 42.3541°N 71.07°W / 42.3541; -71.07 (Boston Public Garden)
Back Bay
28 Boston Public Library May 6, 1973
(#73000317)
Copley Sq.
42°20′57″N 71°04′43″W / 42.349167°N 71.078611°W / 42.349167; -71.078611 (Boston Public Library)
Back Bay
29 Boston Transit Commission Building August 31, 2007
(#07000861)
15 Beacon St.
42°21′30″N 71°03′46″W / 42.358333°N 71.062778°W / 42.358333; -71.062778 (Boston Transit Commission Building)
Beacon Hill
30 Boston Young Men's Christian Union December 9, 1980
(#80000451)
48 Boylston St.
42°21′07″N 71°03′53″W / 42.351944°N 71.064722°W / 42.351944; -71.064722 (Boston Young Men's Christian Union)
Chinatown
31 Boylston Building December 9, 1980
(#80000450)
2–22 Boylston St.
42°21′07″N 71°03′49″W / 42.351944°N 71.063611°W / 42.351944; -71.063611 (Boylston Building)
Chinatown
32 Building at 138–142 Portland Street September 5, 1985
(#85002015)
138–142 Portland St.
42°21′51″N 71°03′43″W / 42.364167°N 71.061944°W / 42.364167; -71.061944 (Building at 138–142 Portland Street)
Downtown
33 Bulfinch Triangle Historic District February 27, 1986
(#86000274)
Roughly bounded by Canal, Market, Merrimac, and Causeway Sts.
42°21′50″N 71°03′41″W / 42.363889°N 71.061389°W / 42.363889; -71.061389 (Bulfinch Triangle Historic District)
Downtown
34 Bunker Hill Monument October 15, 1966
(#66000138)
Breed's Hill
42°22′35″N 71°03′41″W / 42.376389°N 71.061389°W / 42.376389; -71.061389 (Bunker Hill Monument)
Charlestown
35 Bunker Hill School October 15, 1987
(#87001771)
68 Baldwin St.
42°22′56″N 71°04′15″W / 42.382222°N 71.070833°W / 42.382222; -71.070833 (Bunker Hill School)
Charlestown
36 Central Congregational Church October 16, 2012
(#12001012)
67 Newbury St.
42°21′08″N 71°04′27″W / 42.3521°N 71.0741°W / 42.3521; -71.0741 (Central Congregational Church)
Back Bay This church has the largest intact Tiffany-designed ecclesiastical interior in its original location in America. The congregation is now known as the Church of the Covenant.
37 Charles Playhouse June 16, 1980
(#80000676)
74–78 Warenton St.
42°20′58″N 71°03′59″W / 42.349444°N 71.066389°W / 42.349444; -71.066389 (Charles Playhouse)
Theatre District
38 Charles River Basin Historic District December 22, 1978
(#78000436)
Both banks of the Charles River from Eliot Bridge to Charles River Dam
42°21′46″N 71°06′28″W / 42.362778°N 71.107778°W / 42.362778; -71.107778 (Charles River Basin Historic District)
Back Bay
39 Charles River Reservation Parkways January 18, 2006
(#05001530)
Soldiers Field, Nonantum, Leo Birmingham, Arsenal, Greenough, N. Beacon, Charles River, Norumbega, Recreation
42°21′42″N 71°09′31″W / 42.361667°N 71.158611°W / 42.361667; -71.158611 (Charles River Reservation Parkways)
Allston/Brighton Extends into Cambridge, Newton, Waltham, and Watertown and Weston in Middlesex County
40 Charles River Reservation (Speedway)-Upper Basin Headquarters July 19, 2010
(#10000506)
1420–1440 Soldiers Field Rd.
42°21′41″N 71°08′47″W / 42.361389°N 71.146389°W / 42.361389; -71.146389 (Charles River Reservation (Speedway)-Upper Basin Headquarters)
Brighton
41 Charlestown Heights January 8, 1998
(#97000969)
Roughly bounded by St. Martin, Bunker Hill, Medford, and Sackville Sts.
42°22′56″N 71°04′05″W / 42.382222°N 71.068056°W / 42.382222; -71.068056 (Charlestown Heights)
Charlestown
42 Church Green Buildings Historic District December 30, 1999
(#99001614)
101–113 Summer St.
42°21′12″N 71°03′30″W / 42.353333°N 71.058333°W / 42.353333; -71.058333 (Church Green Buildings Historic District)
Downtown
43 Codman Building October 19, 1983
(#83004097)
55 Kilby St.
42°21′28″N 71°03′23″W / 42.357778°N 71.056389°W / 42.357778; -71.056389 (Codman Building)
Downtown
44 Compton Building December 31, 2008
(#08001284)
159, 161–175 Devonshire Street, 18–20 Arch Street
42°21′21″N 71°03′27″W / 42.355833°N 71.0575°W / 42.355833; -71.0575 (Compton Building)
Downtown
45 Congress Street Fire Station September 3, 1987
(#87001396)
344 Congress St.
42°20′58″N 71°02′56″W / 42.349444°N 71.048889°W / 42.349444; -71.048889 (Congress Street Fire Station)
South Boston
46 Copp's Hill Burying Ground April 18, 1974
(#74000385)
Charter, Snowhill, and Hull Sts.
42°22′02″N 71°03′23″W / 42.367222°N 71.056389°W / 42.367222; -71.056389 (Copp's Hill Burying Ground)
North End
47 Copp's Hill Terrace April 19, 1990
(#90000631)
Between Commercial and Charter Sts. west of Jackson Place
42°22′04″N 71°03′22″W / 42.367778°N 71.056111°W / 42.367778; -71.056111 (Copp's Hill Terrace)
North End
48 Crowninshield House February 23, 1972
(#72000145)
164 Marlborough St.
42°21′09″N 71°04′45″W / 42.3525°N 71.079167°W / 42.3525; -71.079167 (Crowninshield House)
Back Bay
49 Custom House District May 11, 1973
(#73000321)
Between the J.F.K. Expressway and Kirby St. and S. Market and High and Batterymarch Sts.
42°21′28″N 71°03′12″W / 42.357778°N 71.053333°W / 42.357778; -71.053333 (Custom House District)
Downtown
50 Dill Building December 9, 1980
(#80000448)
11–25 Stuart St.
42°21′04″N 71°03′50″W / 42.351111°N 71.063889°W / 42.351111; -71.063889 (Dill Building)
Theatre District
51 Eagle Hill Historic District February 26, 1998
(#98000149)
Roughly bounded by Border, Lexington, Trenton, and Falcon Sts.
42°22′51″N 71°02′05″W / 42.380897°N 71.034815°W / 42.380897; -71.034815 (Eagle Hill Historic District)
East Boston
52 Old East Boston High School March 15, 2006
(#06000127)
127 Marion St.
42°22′41″N 71°02′16″W / 42.378056°N 71.037778°W / 42.378056; -71.037778 (Old East Boston High School)
East Boston
53 Engine House No. 34 October 24, 1985
(#85003375)
444 Western Ave.
42°21′43″N 71°08′30″W / 42.361944°N 71.141667°W / 42.361944; -71.141667 (Engine House No. 34)
Brighton
54 Ether Dome October 15, 1966
(#66000366)
Fruit St.
42°21′48″N 71°04′07″W / 42.363333°N 71.068611°W / 42.363333; -71.068611 (Ether Dome)
West End Part of Massachusetts General Hospital, Bulfinch Building
55 Faneuil Hall October 15, 1966
(#66000368)
Dock Sq.
42°21′36″N 71°03′24″W / 42.36°N 71.056667°W / 42.36; -71.056667 (Faneuil Hall)
Downtown
56 Peter Faneuil School December 16, 1994
(#94001492)
60 Joy St.
42°21′37″N 71°03′58″W / 42.360278°N 71.066111°W / 42.360278; -71.066111 (Peter Faneuil School)
Beacon Hill
57 Filene's Department Store July 24, 1986
(#86001909)
426 Washington St.
42°21′18″N 71°03′39″W / 42.355°N 71.060833°W / 42.355; -71.060833 (Filene's Department Store)
Downtown Partially demolished by investors in 2008, irrespective of its historical significance. Historic Burnham Building (Beaux-Arts) remains, now part of Millennium Tower development.
58 First Baptist Church February 23, 1972
(#72000146)
Commonwealth Ave. and Clarendon St.
42°21′06″N 71°04′36″W / 42.351667°N 71.076667°W / 42.351667; -71.076667 (First Baptist Church)
Back Bay
59 Fort Point Channel Historic District September 10, 2004
(#04000959)
Necco Court, Thomson Place, and A, Binford, Congress, Farnsworth, Melcher, Midway, Sleeper, Stillings, and Summer Sts.
42°20′59″N 71°03′05″W / 42.349722°N 71.051389°W / 42.349722; -71.051389 (Fort Point Channel Historic District)
South Boston
60 I.J. Fox Building December 29, 2015
(#15000942)
407 Washington St.
42°21′21″N 71°03′36″W / 42.355918°N 71.060050°W / 42.355918; -71.060050 (I.J. Fox Building)
Downtown Crossing
61 Fulton-Commercial Streets District March 21, 1973
(#73000319)
Fulton, Commercial, Mercantile, Lewis, and Richmond Sts.; also 81–95 Richmond St.
42°21′43″N 71°03′12″W / 42.361944°N 71.053333°W / 42.361944; -71.053333 (Fulton-Commercial Streets District)
North End 81-95 Richmond St. represent a boundary increase
62 Gibson House August 7, 2001
(#01001048)
137 Beacon St.
42°21′17″N 71°04′27″W / 42.354608°N 71.074114°W / 42.354608; -71.074114 (Gibson House)
Back Bay
63 Ozias Goodwin House June 23, 1988
(#88000908)
7 Jackson Ave.
42°22′03″N 71°03′19″W / 42.3675°N 71.055278°W / 42.3675; -71.055278 (Ozias Goodwin House)
North End
64 Gridley Street Historic District December 3, 2014
(#14000974)
Bounded by Congress, High, Pearl & Purchase Sts.
42°21′17″N 71°03′15″W / 42.3547°N 71.0541°W / 42.3547; -71.0541 (Gridley Street Historic District)
Financial District
65 Chester Harding House October 15, 1966
(#66000764)
16 Beacon St.
42°21′28″N 71°03′47″W / 42.357778°N 71.063056°W / 42.357778; -71.063056 (Chester Harding House)
Beacon Hill
66 Harvard Stadium February 27, 1987
(#87000757)
60 N. Harvard St.
42°22′01″N 71°07′36″W / 42.366864°N 71.126586°W / 42.366864; -71.126586 (Harvard Stadium)
Allston
67 Hayden Building December 9, 1980
(#80000446)
681–683 Washington St.
42°21′05″N 71°03′50″W / 42.351389°N 71.063889°W / 42.351389; -71.063889 (Hayden Building)
Downtown
68 Headquarters House October 15, 1966
(#66000765)
55 Beacon St.
42°21′23″N 71°04′08″W / 42.356389°N 71.068889°W / 42.356389; -71.068889 (Headquarters House)
Beacon Hill
69 Hoosac Stores 1 & 2-Hoosac Stores 3 August 14, 1985
(#85002339)
115 Constitution St.
42°22′16″N 71°03′40″W / 42.371111°N 71.061111°W / 42.371111; -71.061111 (Hoosac Stores 1 & 2-Hoosac Stores 3)
Charlestown Hoosac Stores 3 was demolished in 2000.
70 House at 1 Bay Street February 9, 1994
(#93001573)
1 Bay St.
42°20′53″N 71°04′07″W / 42.348056°N 71.068611°W / 42.348056; -71.068611 (House at 1 Bay Street)
Bay Village
71 Samuel Gridley and Julia Ward Howe House September 13, 1974
(#74002044)
13 Chestnut St.
42°21′27″N 71°04′03″W / 42.3575°N 71.0675°W / 42.3575; -71.0675 (Samuel Gridley and Julia Ward Howe House)
Beacon Hill
72 International Trust Company Building September 10, 1979
(#79000369)
39–47 Milk St.
42°21′23″N 71°03′29″W / 42.356389°N 71.058056°W / 42.356389; -71.058056 (International Trust Company Building)
Downtown
73 King's Chapel May 2, 1974
(#74002045)
Tremont and School Sts.
42°21′28″N 71°03′38″W / 42.357778°N 71.060556°W / 42.357778; -71.060556 (King's Chapel)
Downtown
74 Leather District December 21, 1983
(#83004098)
Roughly bounded by Atlantic Ave., Kneeland, Lincoln, and Essex Sts.
42°21′03″N 71°03′30″W / 42.350833°N 71.058333°W / 42.350833; -71.058333 (Leather District)
Leather District
75 Liberty Tree District December 9, 1980
(#80000460)
Roughly bounded by Harrison Ave., Washington, Essex and Beach Sts.
42°21′07″N 71°03′47″W / 42.351944°N 71.063056°W / 42.351944; -71.063056 (Liberty Tree District)
Downtown
76 Locke-Ober Restaurant July 24, 1986
(#86001911)
3–4 Winter Pl.
42°21′20″N 71°03′46″W / 42.355556°N 71.062778°W / 42.355556; -71.062778 (Locke-Ober Restaurant)
Downtown
77 Long Wharf and Customhouse Block November 13, 1966
(#66000768)
Foot of State St.
42°21′37″N 71°02′59″W / 42.360278°N 71.049722°W / 42.360278; -71.049722 (Long Wharf and Customhouse Block)
Downtown
78 Theodore Lyman School December 2, 2014
(#14000975)
30 Gove St.
42°22′19″N 71°02′16″W / 42.3720°N 71.0378°W / 42.3720; -71.0378 (Theodore Lyman School)
East Boston
79 Mariner's House November 12, 1999
(#99001302)
11 North Square
42°21′50″N 71°03′13″W / 42.363889°N 71.053611°W / 42.363889; -71.053611 (Mariner's House)
North End
80 Massachusetts General Hospital December 30, 1970
(#70000682)
Fruit Street
42°21′48″N 71°04′08″W / 42.363333°N 71.068889°W / 42.363333; -71.068889 (Massachusetts General Hospital)
West End 1820s hospital building by Charles Bulfinch
81 Massachusetts Statehouse October 15, 1966
(#66000771)
Beacon Hill
42°21′31″N 71°03′52″W / 42.358611°N 71.064444°W / 42.358611; -71.064444 (Massachusetts Statehouse)
Beacon Hill
82 Donald McKay House June 2, 1982
(#82004450)
78–80 White St.
42°22′49″N 71°02′14″W / 42.380278°N 71.037222°W / 42.380278; -71.037222 (Donald McKay House)
East Boston
83 Metropolitan Theatre December 9, 1980
(#80000445)
252–272 Tremont St.
42°21′01″N 71°03′56″W / 42.350278°N 71.065556°W / 42.350278; -71.065556 (Metropolitan Theatre)
Theatre District
84 Monument Square Historic District June 2, 1987
(#87001128)
Monument Square
42°22′35″N 71°03′38″W / 42.3763°N 71.0605°W / 42.3763; -71.0605 (Monument Square Historic District)
Charlestown Not to be confused with the Monument Square Historic District (Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts).
85 Middlesex Canal Historic and Archaeological District November 19, 2009
(#09000936)
Numerous locations along the historic route of the Middlesex Canal
Charlestown Extends into Middlesex County.[5]
86 Lightship No. 112, Nantucket December 20, 1989
(#89002464)
Boston Harbor Shipyard and Marina
end of Marginal Street

42°21′40″N 71°02′07″W / 42.361098°N 71.035178°W / 42.361098; -71.035178 (Lightship No. 112, Nantucket)
East Boston Largest lightship ever built. Listed in Portland, Maine. Arrived in Boston May 11, 2010
87 William C. Nell House May 11, 1976
(#76001979)
3 Smith Ct.
42°21′28″N 71°03′53″W / 42.357778°N 71.064722°W / 42.357778; -71.064722 (William C. Nell House)
Beacon Hill
88 Newspaper Row July 7, 1983
(#83000607)
322–328 Washington St., 5–23 Milk St., and 11 Hawley St.
42°21′24″N 71°03′33″W / 42.356667°N 71.059167°W / 42.356667; -71.059167 (Newspaper Row)
Downtown
89 North Terminal Garage September 11, 1997
(#97000971)
600 Commercial St.
42°22′01″N 71°03′28″W / 42.366944°N 71.057778°W / 42.366944; -71.057778 (North Terminal Garage)
North End
90 Ohabei Shalom Cemetery August 19, 2008
(#08000795)
147 Wordsworth St.
42°22′59″N 71°00′52″W / 42.382973°N 71.014466°W / 42.382973; -71.014466 (Ohabei Shalom Cemetery)
East Boston
91 Old City Hall December 30, 1970
(#70000687)
School and Providence Sts.
42°21′29″N 71°03′35″W / 42.358056°N 71.059722°W / 42.358056; -71.059722 (Old City Hall)
Downtown
92 Old Corner Bookstore April 11, 1973
(#73000322)
Northwestern corner of Washington and School Sts.
42°21′27″N 71°03′32″W / 42.3575°N 71.058889°W / 42.3575; -71.058889 (Old Corner Bookstore)
Downtown
93 Old North Church October 15, 1966
(#66000776)
193 Salem St.
42°21′58″N 71°03′18″W / 42.366111°N 71.055°W / 42.366111; -71.055 (Old North Church)
North End
94 Old South Church in Boston December 30, 1970
(#70000690)
645 Boylston St.
42°21′01″N 71°04′43″W / 42.350278°N 71.078611°W / 42.350278; -71.078611 (Old South Church in Boston)
Back Bay
95 Old South Meetinghouse October 15, 1966
(#66000778)
Milk and Washington Sts.
42°21′25″N 71°03′31″W / 42.356944°N 71.058611°W / 42.356944; -71.058611 (Old South Meetinghouse)
Downtown
96 Old State House October 15, 1966
(#66000779)
Washington and State Sts.
42°21′32″N 71°03′28″W / 42.358889°N 71.057778°W / 42.358889; -71.057778 (Old State House)
Downtown
97 Old West Church December 30, 1970
(#70000691)
131 Cambridge St.
42°21′41″N 71°03′55″W / 42.361389°N 71.065278°W / 42.361389; -71.065278 (Old West Church)