Roxbury Heritage State Park


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Roxbury Heritage State Park is a historical site in the Lower Roxbury neighborhood. The park is located at the site of the Dillaway–Thomas House, a large colonial home built in 1750s, which served as the headquarters of the Continental Army in 1775. Present day, the Dillaway-Thomas House is a museum exhibiting Roxbury’s history, with a lovely park and green space with benches and skyline views of Boston.

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To get Roxbury Heritage Park, you can take the 14, 41, or 45 bus to the 205 Roxbury St stop. There is also a small parking lot very close to the park.


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