- Opened: 1713
- Original function: Boston’s Second Town House, replacing the original wooden town house
- Architect(s): Original Architect: Thomas Joy – rebuilt 1748
Alterations: Isaiah Rogers – 1830
Restoration: George Albert Clough – 1881-1882
Renovation: Goody, Clancy and Associates – 1991
- Year added to NRHP: 1966
- NRHP number: 66000779
- Status: Open to the public. The Old State House is a Boston National Historical Park partner site operated by Revolutionary Spaces.
- Admission cost: Passes to visit The Old State House vary in price. You can view the prices and purchase by visiting the National Park Service website HERE.
- Address: 206 Washington Street
- Town: Boston
- State: Massachusetts
- GPS: Lat 42.3590906 Lng -71.0581076
- Parking notes: There are several parking garages near the Old State House including Post Office Square Garage, Pi Alley Garage, and 75 State Street Garage
- Parking directions: Varies
- Location directions: HERE
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