Bunker Hill

The Bunker Hill Monument is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The “Battle of Bunker Hill” took place on June 17, 1775. The monument memorializes the men who lost their lives during the battle. The student tour will get to see the 221-foot monument and the exhibit lodge. The Battle of Bunker Hill had some famous individuals fighting in the colonial army. They include the following: Colonel William Prescott, Colonel John Stark, and Israel Putnam. These men had experience fighting with the British during the French and Indian War. The existing monument was dedicated on June 17, 1843. The exhibit Lodge houses a statue of Dr. Joseph Warren. The student group can also visit the new Bunker Hill Museum. The museum is located across the street from the monument. It houses exhibits pertaining to the following: the Battle of Bunker Hill, the building of the monument, and the history of Charlestown. Come bring your students to visit this one-of-a-kind well-known historical landmark!