Boston's curtailed lessons of history
The U.S. shutdown has shuttered some tourist sites
The partial shutdown of the federal government has had a varied impact on travelers to Boston, a city of rich history dating back to colonial times. While such historical sites as the Old North Church and the Granary Burying Ground remain open to the public, others have been shuttered or their rangers furloughed. Here are six Boston landmarks that have in some way felt the shutdowns sting. [Full story]This project was done by students in Emerson College's Metro News Service class in collaboration with Your Town.
Pictures and cutlines by Kathryn Barnes, Catalina Gaitan, Elizabeth Gillis, Alex Ibanez, Alicia Lazzaro, and Tyler Salomon.
Pictures and cutlines edited by Abigail Collins and Mick Jacobs. Map created by Abigail Collins and Mick Jacobs.