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The artifacts, pictures and historical items are second to none. This is a must see hidden jewel for anyone coming to Boston. See the JFK exhibit. He was an actual member of this organization. There are items dating back to the 1600's. You will not...更多
Be sure to inspect the cabinet of London's Honourable Artillery Company and discover the truth behind this unique and very special relationship between Military units and nations
Because of other reviews, I knew about this free museum on the 4th floor in Faneuil Hall. I didn't see any signage. Definitely worth going. There were no guides or attendants present, except one man adding a gun to an exhibit at the end of...更多
Located on the 4th floor of Faneuil Hall, this is a very nice exhibit of artifacts, hardware, flags, documents and important paintings of American History. The military aspects are the topic of the collection mostly. The Headquarters and Armory have been in Faneuil since 1746....更多
A free hidden gem. I never even knew this was here after years of walking by Faneuil Hall. The museum is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 3 pm. On display are uniforms and military firearms, swords and artifacts. Thought it was cool...更多
This is was one of our favorite historical sites in Boston. An incredible amount of artifacts and history related to the military. Really cool being able to also get a glimpse of the upper level meeting room for the President and other military leaders.
This museum is the real thing. Every artifact was or is tied to a member of the Ancient & Honorable Artillery which is the oldest military organization in the USA (1638) and a direct descendant of the Honorable Artillery Company in London (1537). "What" the...更多
Very cool place to visit. Kennedy was here on election night 1960 and broadcast from here. It's a neat place that very few seem to visit.
The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company is the oldest military organisation in the United States having received charter in 1638....更多