King’s Chapel Burying Ground
This cemetery, which dates back to 1630, is Boston’s oldest. It is one of the first stops on the Freedom Trail, the path around downtown that passes some of the city’s most historic places. It serves as the resting place of Boston’s earliest historical figures, including John Winthrop, Massachusetts’ first governor. Though it shares its name with the Unitarian Church next door, the burying ground actually predates the chapel by more than 100 years.
King’s Chapel Burying Ground, 58 Tremont St, Boston, MA, USA, +1 617 523 1749