- Bunker Hill Monument
Bunker Hill Monument Parking
“Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes” Colonel William Prescott spat, as the colonial forces faced battle with the better equipped and well-trained British Army. The Bunker Hill Monument stands as a memorial to the first major battle of the American Revolution. Standing at 221 feet tall, this towering monument was fully erected in 1824. Visitors are greatly rewarded with the most amazing panoramic views of Boston when they dare the climb of the monument’s 294 to the top. Although finding good parking is more a battle than a reward in this part of town, but it doesn’t have to be. Plan your battle strategy wisely by using SpotHero to search for and reserve parking. We have an abundance of convenient parking options nearby the Bunker Hill Monument. What a great reward for wise strategic planning, a guaranteed parking space at a great rate, so reserve your parking with SpotHero today!