Field Trips

The Preservation Studies program hosts a range of trips for students throughout the academic year, both within classes as well as specifically for those enrolled in the Master’s program. These trips aim to familiarize students with the area, introduce them the diverse field of historic preservation, and build community within the program. Some of our recent trips include:

 

  • Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth, NH
  • Eustis Estate, Milton, Massachusetts, Historic New England
  • Lawrence Heritage State Park, North Canal Historic District and the Great Stone Dam
  • Lowell National Historical Park, National Park Service
  • The Bay State Road/Back Bay West Architectural Conservation District, Boston
  • Charleston Navy Yard National Historical Park, National Park Service
  • West Newton Hill
  • Cambridge Historical Commission
  • Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, Brookline, National Park Service.
  • Norman B. Leventhal Map Center, Boston Public Library
  • Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, Mugar Library, Boston University
  • Boston National Historical Park, National Park Service
  • Boston African American National Historic Site, National Park Service
  • African Meeting House, National Park Service
  • Museum of African American History, Boston
  • The Black Heritage Trail, Beacon Hill, Boston
  • Charles River Basin, Boston
  • Franklin Park, Boston
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord, National park Service
  • The Emerald Necklace, Boston
  • The Common and Public Gardens, Boston
  • The Freedom Trail, Boston
  • Chinatown, Boston
  • Fort Independence Historic District, Boston, National Park Service
  • Central Waterfront Boston
  • Government Centre District, Boston
  • Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, Boston
  • Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation, National Park Service