Also buried there are Samuel Sprague and his son, Charles Sprague, one of America's earliest poets.
Samuel Sprague was a participant in the Boston Tea Party and fought in the Revolutionary War.
A visitors' center for all of Boston is located on the Tremont Street side of the park.
The Central Burying Ground is located on the Boylston Street side of Boston Common and contains the burial sites of the artist Gilbert Stuart and the composer William Billings.
Try doing your best Ariel and Prince Eric impression before heading back to the tree-lined shores. Purchase an all-day pass to play your little heart out while you sip on your Nutella milkshake and munch your grilled cheese panini.
The Hong Kong has been a party destination in Bostons Faneuil Hall since 1988.
A family run business, The Hong Kong started in Harvard Square in 1954 where the World Famous Scorpion Bowl was concocted and became a rite-of-passage for many students, professionals, locals, and tourists alike.
He’s had 200,000 sign-ups all over the world, he said, and he hit his numbers a week early.
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