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Bunker Hill Monument and Museum

Standing 221 feet above the ground, the Bunker Hill Monument is a majestic reminder of an inspiring battle during America's fight for independence. Although it was actually a colonial loss, the Battle of Bunker Hill played a central role in boosting military morale, thanks to significant losses suffered by the British. Between 1827 and 1843, the towering granite obelisk was erected to honor the courage and sacrifice of the inexperienced militiamen who fought in the battle. Today, this monument is one of the top Boston historic sites based on its significance and architectural beauty. Enjoy the climb up to the Bunker Hill Monument and Museum and enjoy unparalleled views of the city. The historic 1901 Bunker Hill Lodge houses portraits, the statue of Joseph Warren, and a Revolutionary War cannon, "The Adams."



The Bunker Hill Monument

    Standard Hours:
        Sunday: Open 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
        Monday - Tuesday: Closed.
        Wednesday - Saturday: Open 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

The Bunker Hill Museum

    June Hours (June 4 - June 30):
        Sunday: Open 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
        Monday: Closed.
        Tuesday - Saturday: Open 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM.




  • Decisive Day: Battle of Bunker Hill Talks
  • Freedom Trail Tours
  • Special Events


  • Historical Site
  • Museum
  • Scenic Views
  • Ranger Talks
  • Sightseeing


  • Where is the Bunker Hill Museum?

    The last stop on Boston’s Freedom Trail, the Battle of Bunker Hill Museum is situated directly across the street from the Monument. Built in 2007, the history museum houses numerous exhibits examining the Battle of Bunker Hill and the history of Charlestown.
  • Can you climb the Bunker Hill Monument?

    Yes. There are 294 steps leading up to the pinnacle of the monument. There are no elevators, however, the climb is well worth the effort, thanks to amazing views of the city and countryside below. Please note, for safety, service animals cannot be accommodated inside the Monument.  The elevator in the Bunker Hill Museum is currently out of service. 

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