Start at the Park Street T station, and proceed down Tremont Street:
Park Street Church, Tremont St. near Park St., Peter Banner, 1809
King’s Chapel, Tremont and School streets, Peter Harrison, 1750
Old City Hall, 41-45 School street, Gridley J.F. Bryant and Arthur Gilman, 1862-65
Old South Meeting House, Washington and Milk Streets, Joshua Blanchard, 1729
Winthrop Building, 276-78 Washington St., bounded by Spring Lane, Washington, Water and Devonshire Streets. Clarence H. Blackall, 1893. First steel frame building in Boston.
Ames Building, 1 Court St., Shepley, Rutan, Coolidge, 1892. Bearing wall construction.
Old Corner Bookstore, Washington and School streets, Thomas Crease, 1712
Exchange Place (and remnants of Stock Exchange Building), 53 State St., Peabody and Stearns, 1889-91; restoration and glass tower, WZMH group, 1981-84.
Old State House, 206 Washington St., 1712/13
New City Hall, Kallmann, McKinnell & Knowles, assoc. with Campbell, Aldrich and Nulty, and LeMessurier Associates, 1968. City Hall Plaza: urban design by I.M. Pei and Partners, 1964
Faneuil Hall and Custom House area:
Faneuil Hall, Boston,1804. John Smibert, 1740; Enlarged 1804 by Charles Bulfinch, architect.
Quincy Market, 1824-26 Alexander Parris; restored 1976 by Benjamin Thomson Associates
Custom House. State Street and India Street; Ammi B. Young, 1837; tower by Peabody and Stearns, 1913-15
Richards Building, cast iron façade, 114 State St., c. 1867. Made in Italy, assembled here.
Grain and Flour Exchange, 177 Milk St., 1891-93. Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge.