People tend to check in during these times:
Important landmark of Boston. Features on the Freedom Trail
Great place to stroll around, especially on a rainy, cool day as it just adds to the mystique.
John Hancock's tombstone is as audacious as his signature.
Many notable dead people like Paul Revere, John Hancock and Sam Adams are here. Amazing history.
Super interesting. There was a nice guy who made a guide that was super helpful.
Guides available to answer your questions.
We owe our freedom and our country to those buried here. Tread respectfully... And don't let your kids run around like it is a playground.
Ben Franklins parents & Paul Revere
Lots of history buried hee
Amazing to see such historical markers in such a big city.
Worth the stop- amazing
It's not THE Benjamin Franklin, just his relatives. Also, keep a sharp eye out for Sam Adams and the real Paul Revere.
Coat of arms for John Hancock is spectacularly funny
Find Mother Goose!
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Granery Burying Ground is one of the nation's oldest cemeteries. Can you find the obelisk? Therein lies John Hancock.
lots of dead history
Crispus Attucks is buried here.
Paul Revere is up in the top center. Samuel Adams is to the right on the path right when you enter the grounds. John Hancock is on the left part of the grounds, 9 o'clock.
I saw a night time tour here with the guide dressed as a Boston Colonist. I guess it is like a creepy tour at night, that's good if you want to be scared.
Lots of History to see!
Franklin's family is here but Ben is buried in Philly
FYI Ben Franklin is buried in Philadelphia AJ.
JOHN HANCOCK is buried here...can I make that anymore apparent?
Sam Adams and Ben Franklin are here.
Notice the large number of crosses, gaudy monuments celebrating wealth, and brave fighters against the capital gains tax and restrictions on corporate involvement in elections! <sarcasm>
Some of my most favorite dead people are buried here. 'sniff' I look forward to the zombie apocalypse so I can see them all again!
Built in 1660, this cemetery is the final resting place of notable figures of the American Revolution, including Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Boston Massacre victims & Elizabeth "Mother Goose" herself.
Visit the grave of this ardent patriot.
Go pay your respects to Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Paul Revere, and Mother Goose at the Granary Burying Ground on Park St at Tremont St.
Put a penny on the grave of your favorite Patriot (Paul Revere, John Hancock, etc)
A bit stinky in here. Anyone got a flashlight, please?