206 Washington St, Boston, MA
Built in 1713, the Old State House served as the seat of the Massachusetts legislature until 1798. Nestled along Freedom Trail, the Old State House is the oldest surviving public building in Boston. Here, John Adams, James Otis, Samuel Adams, and John Hancock carried on debates about the future of the British colonies. The Old State House carries a great historical significance for the US independence, as The Declaration of Independence was also announced from the balcony here. While you are exploring America’s rich history, you will need a good place to park your car in the busy city. Parking in downtown Boston can be quite crazy. Between narrow streets and exorbitant fees, it’s enough to make anyone dizzy, but SpotHero has the solution. We have numerous convenient parking options near the Old State House. When you use SpotHero, you will save both time and money, giving you more to use while enjoying the sites of the city. Best of all, when you reserve with SpotHero, your parking is always guaranteed. Search for and reserve affordable Old State House parking with SpotHero now.