Built in 1713, it is the oldest surviving public building in Boston, and the seat of the state’s legislature until 1798. At the heart of Revolutionary Boston, the Old State House, on the Freedom Trail, was at the center of ideas and events that sparked the American Revolution.
I love history but the Old State House is not wheelchair accessible. There are 4-5 steps at the entrance and another 2-3 inside. There is no wheelchair accessible restroom.