The city of Boston is rich in history and has been a favorite vacation spot to many history buffs. Visitors to the Printing Office of Edes & Gill can get a glimpse into the way things were in 1775 for the colonists in the printing trade through the historians on site. It's a unique opportunity to see the historic equipment and watch live demonstrations while gaining an understanding of the affect printing had on the community and its involvement in the start of the revolution.
21 Unity Street, Boston
Hours: OPEN Fri, Sat, Sun , thru April 12,2015
April 17-May 31, daily 11-5pm, June 1-Oct 31 daily 11-5:30
The printing office is located along Boston's Freedom Trail at the historic Clough House, adjacent to Old North Church. It is just one of many sites you can see along the trail. Other historical spots include the Paul Revere House, the Bunker Hill Monument and the Massachusetts State House.
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