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Established in 1826, the Union Oyster House is the oldest continuously run restaurant in the country.
Two doors from the Union Oyster House is the Ebenezer Hancock House, built in the late 1760’s by John Hancock.
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Boston Common - Central Burying Ground At the Boylston/Tremont corner of the Boston Common lies the Central Burying Ground, dating from 1757.
This Burying Ground is the final resting place of Gilbert Stuart, painter of the portrait of George Washington that appears on the one dollar bill.
There are many sites beyond the official 16 of the Freedom Trail that deserve attention.
Here are some of the historic sites and stories that will further enrich the experience of revolutionary era Boston and the Freedom Trail.
Also interred here are 15 men who took part in the Boston Tea Party, as well as many Redcoats who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill and during the Siege of Boston.