One Liberty Square, Boston, MA
Liberty Square has long been a symbol of America’s great liberty. It was here that the Boston Stamp Tax Office once stood and was torn down by Boston citizens in the Stamp Act riots of 1765. Legend also tells of a great feast and festivities in celebration of the French Revolution. Here you will find the Hungarian Revolution Monument, in memorial of Hungary’s freedom. Surrounded by gorgeous Victorian buildings, Liberty Square is a wonderful location to remember different times for our country and people. This urban park and memorial site is quite easy to get to, although parking nearby can prove quite cumbersome. Rather than wasting time trying to find parking on the busy narrow streets of Boston or emptying your wallet to pay exorbitant parking fees, why not use SpotHero to secure good Liberty Square parking? We have numerous convenient parking options near Liberty Square. You will save both time and money when you reserve with SpotHero. Plus, you can relax knowing your parking is always guaranteed. Use SpotHero now to search for and reserve affordable Liberty Square parking.