Sam Adams Statue8 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Boston, MA 02109, USA, United States
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The San Adams Statue in front of Faneuil Hall Plaza in Boston was created by Anne Whitney. Adams delivered his speeches on the Congress Street in Faneuil Hall Plaza about the British rule and taxation. The bronze version of the statue for the people of Boston is based upon the marble statue that Anne created for the National Sanctuary Hall Collection. The ten feet high pedestal is installed on the tall and polished Quincy granite base that was built in 1880 and a lower nine feet square base of unpolished Quincy Granite. By reading the inscription on the monument, you will learn that Adams was a fearless and incorruptible statesman who defied the British rule. The manner in which the arms of the statue are crossed, his citizen’s clothing and the chiseled face bears witness to his dauntless attitude.
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How to Reach Sam Adams Statue
- Buses 4, 15, 39, 57, 89/93, 92, 93, 325, 326 to stop –Congress St @ North St
- Subways Blue Line, Orange Line to stop –State Street
0.11% of people who visit Boston include Sam Adams Statue in their plan
95% of people start their Sam Adams Statue visit around 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Sam Adams Statue
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sam Adams Statue
People normally also visit USS Constitution Museum while planning their trip to Sam Adams Statue.