Reviews of Bunker Hill Museum (Park)

43 Monument Sq, Charlestown, MA 02129, United States

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REVIEWS OF Bunker Hill Museum IN Massachusetts

Johnathan Farrington

Museum is loaded with information and has a lot of cool bits and pieces of history inside as well. Definitely worth checking out. The gift shop had a great selection including the typical gift shop items such as coasters, ornaments, and magnets. I would be lying if I said the staff were top notch, the gentleman at the information desk was rude and not very helpful. However the girl who helped me out at the Monument was great, very friendly and knew what she was talking about. I most certainly recommend the museum to you, it is free for those wondering, whether you plan to climb the tower or not.

Eric Steadman

The museum is pretty ok. The view from the monument is amazing, but the 294 stairs to the top are a little rough. Also plan carefully, because the monument and the museum are only open from 9-5, on account of their being government establishments.

Carl Bishop

Very nice monument worth a visit if you are in the area. Close to the USS Constitution to

Kenneth Taylor

The museum was good but there isn't much beyond wall murals with text to read.

Andrew Engel

Kelly Mizelle

National parks service employee was very helpful and she gave great directions.

carl lynch

David Linderman

They need a movie to better tell the story about those brave souls

Amy Angelone

Matt Rowland

Sravan Rengarajan

Stephen Ager

Andrew Pinella

Josh Tavernaro

Derek Humlicek

Noah Skouborg Jespersen

Abhijeet Mule

This was my second visit to this place. Place is well maintained. My family loved this place. Ample place for parking(2hours limit).

Joshua Wu

Laura Steininger

Chad Pettingill

Jeffrey MacDonald

Dan Rembert

Very cool place! A quick stop in while walking by turned in to an hour or two. So much information and several artifacts to see. Staff was very friendly and welcoming.

Yuhan Zhang

Disappointing. The exhibitions are largely empty (the most interesting area been the store, see picture below) and many of the exhibits are reproductions. A lot of the information can also be found on the internet. Not worthy of a visit.

Filippo Napoli

Lots of stairs but it's worth it


Milka Vigo

Yanis Berva

Un lieu d'histoire intéressant en sortant du Bunker Hill Monument

Becca DeMore

Raphael Rivas

This was a real nice museum.

Alaina Muller

Chenyao Xue

Miniatures are so cool but not so much stuff in the museum. Monument is great to climb

Benjamin Muller

Carolyne Volpe Curley

I would love to give this site a 4 star review - but it needed a film presentation in order for me to do that. I expect more from noteworthy National Park locations. I did not go across to the monument, only to the Museum. Upstairs there is a recreation of the battle accompanied with an audio presentation so be sure to turn that on so you have some idea of the history behind the day. There is an original Red Coat drum on display so be sure to find it.

Sabeen A

Irene Fadeev

Kagulire Frank

Rebecca Spirer

The museum is very interesting in telling about the Battle of Bunker Hill. Plus it is a lot of fun to hike to the top of the monument!

Kelly Lebsack

Tyler Christie

Great monument to add perspective to history. Admission to it and the next door museum is free. Advice: visit the museum first then the monument. The ~50 some odd stairs in the museum will be torture after the 300 in the monument and distract you from appreciating the content. Witnessed the demonstration by the actors. They were very knowledgeable. Highly reccomended.

Tony T

Nice history behind this monument. The museum has a full interactive display along with some artifacts from the battle that happened there!

Wojciech Kasperek

Tushar Rakade

Isaiah Haley

A must visit if anyone in your group is a history buff.

Karen Phan

Small museum with the history of Charlestown and the Battle of Bunker Hill. The 2nd floor is more interesting than the first and contains a narrated timeline with diorama of the battle.

Julian Le Cam

Ne pas monter les marches, la vue la haut n'est pas folle et ne mérite pas du tout l'effort

Emilia Billett

Cute little museum. Not a full day trip, but a good stop for Revolutionary War history sightseeing.

Khalil Cito


Kyle Workman

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Brian G

We attended the Bunker Hill Museum and obelisk site. Contrary to popular belief, the Bunker Hill site is actually on Breed Hill. Bunker Hill is on the same side as Breed Hill, and is below the church tower about 1000 feet away. Inside the visitor hall is a National Park Service ranger named Bill Parrow, who gave us some insight to Bunker Hill's notoriety. Using a rubber ball to simultate cannon ball ammunition, we saw the cannon that was used to defend the Hill from the British. The obelisk is a climbing activity, and has 294 steps to climb. Not for the faint of heart, the staircase was made from the local quarry, all of the rock that was available. The Breed Hill obelisk was also the model for the Washington Monument. Inside the Museum, one can find walking sticks, candle holders, lanterns with candle placements, replicas of the U.S. Constitution, and weapons of the Revolutionary period.

Ken Appell

Nathan McKenney

The rangers yelled at me and told me to leave because I was disbursing the guests and me and my friend were talking on the bench very quietly the rangers were very unwelcoming and they forced our teachers (were on a field trip) up with us because 14 year old kids can’t go up ourself and our used to be pregnant social studies was forced up the stairs and she can’t climb stairs... THIS PLACE IS NOT FAMILY FRIENDLY.... take your kids somewhere else if you want good service and MANNERS!!!!

Joshua Lutz

Stephen Ludwig

Ganesh Balgi

Megan Barkman

Dennis Sanchez

Jennie Kiernan-Gustus

Edward Rosenberg

Kami Barnes

Sumathee Ramakrishnan

Con Burnes

Great free museum located just across the road from the Bunker Hill Monument. If you plan on climbing the monument then this is where you obtain the timed tickets from. I would suggest that you ask for around 15 minutes to get over the road and up the hill to the entrance of the monument, I'm not as young as I use to be so it was a bit of a rush. There are some good displays in here.

David Hodgdon

Roxane Balwin

Dima Zagrevskiy

Amy Wang

Small but fun museum, many interactive exhibitions

Wang Yu

Sheila Keating

Penny Filonczuk

Hrushikesh Vasista

David Harswick

Mike Wynn

Met Steve the Golden Retriever here. Unfortunately, the park was already closed.

Zach Brantmeier

Flor Sabbatini

Matthew Laurin

Pretty cool monument with history markers, gift shop, reenactments, and old paintings. You can climb to the top of the monument (which isn’t for the faint of heart). Great place to visit if you’re looking for history stops in Boston.

Cheryl Speer

Awesome! It's history, so of course you have to go.

Kat Edwards

Good historical place to visit. If you go to the top, be sure you are ready for just shy of a 300 steps climb. Everyone should do it at least once though.

Eric Sieferman

Brian Hacker

Bunker hill makes so much more sense after climbing it myself. And don't forget the museum while you are up here. It's on the right at the bottom of the steps.

David Loomis

Yen-Ting Liu

Marie Khoury

Noel Murphy

Clemens Duerrschmid

Thomas Davidson

Excellent exhibition on the battle of Bunker Hill

Bradley Pferdehirt

Nice hike and lookout


Александр Орлов

Сложно назвать это музеем, скорее информационный центр. Информации много, есть сувенирный магазин и хороший туалет. Музей бесплатный.

Alex W

The figurines really help to visualize how the battle was fought

Forest Handford

It's free!

Tyler's DIY

ITS FREE! Not much to see, but decent little piece of history and its free. you also get free tickets to climb the monument.

Yuvraj Ramsaywack

Ken Beckett

Nice museum with models of the battle.

В'ячеслав Балевський

(Translated by Google) I liked. (Original) Мені сподобалось.

Ivonne Guzman

Niels Swimberghe

Good climb, nice view

Czarina Eseque

Tracey Shaw

So awesome to see the historybalong the freedom trail!

Richard Bloom

Antonella G

Carrie Moniz

Neil Flavell

Nikita Garman

Didn't go up, but make sure you're there early if you want to try climb up!

wesley dietsch

Well worth a visit

Albertas Šaduikis


jesus acevedo

Apple chor

Kay Plucker

Thomas Szatkowski

Derek Dambrosio


Limpio, ordenado, con maqueta enorme con soldados de miniatura ,audio y luces que recrean batalla contra los ingleses. Un placer visitarlo...

Geoff Fabron

Small but well laid out museum with plenty of information displays. There are a number of very nice diromas of Bunker Hill.

Adam Murray

It was well executed with some really interesting and interactive exhibits.

Miranda Poag

Worth the wait to climb to the top.

Lea Alog

Nelson Fu

Alejandro López

(Translated by Google) Excellent ... very historical (Original) Excelente...muy historico

Javian Picardo

Celeste Duncan

William Lemos

Sweet museum with a nice graphic tutorial. Restrooms are located on the bottom floor.

Catherine Davidson

Small but interesting it's educational. Best is. It's free ! Also across the street is the Bunker Hill monument

Anson Yip

No elevator... long walk, 294 steps, just your everyday stone slab obelisk. Not very impressive tbh.

Jerry Rigby

Rebeca Pacheco Gonzàlez


Brendan Knapp

Alexandra López Espinosa

(Translated by Google) Free museum on the Battle of Bunker Hill memorial. Worth it if you're there (Original) Museo gratuito sobre la batalla del memorial de bunker hill. Vale la pena si estás por allí

Chris Treiling

Very nice museum packed with a lot of history and artifacts. I would recommend stoping here if you plan on going to the monument to learn more about the historical meaning of the monument.

Mark Selle

Michael Mendenhall

Wonderful example of US/Boston history.

Chris Lail

The museum is a bit lacking information, but is worth the stop.

Luisen Inool

dean muth

Welshen Flores

Purcell Crowder

Hanson Lee

Ryan White

Colin Ross

J Leyva

Hope you're in shape. 300 steps to the top and totally worth it.

Paula Ketchem

Dale Stiles

Alexander Davidson

Joseph Izzo

Ariel Ancer

Cool monument to check out on the Freedom Trail. The caretaker/ranger was very friendly, able to answer all of our questions and was super informative.

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