Old State House Preservation
The Old State House is almost 300 years old, and it needs constant care. The Bostonian Society recently assumed authority for capital projects at the Old State House. To address the multi-faceted needs of this local and National Historic Landmark, the Society has developed a comprehensive master plan for the stabilization, restoration, and re-interpretation of the building.
Preservation efforts at the Old State House garnered The Bostonian Society a 2006 national award from the American Association for State and Local History and are featured in an episode of the History Channel’s series Save Our History.
The Bostonian Society salutes the following major donors whose generous contributions have helped make the ongoing stabilization of the Old State House possible:
1772 Foundation City of Davis, Malm & D’Agostine, P.C. National Park Service Centennial Fund Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation Globus and Tourism Cares
American Express Company
Benjamin Moore & Company
The Boston Company Asset Management
National Endowment for the Humanities
National Park Service
U.S. Trust Company
Edwin S. Webster Foundation
Anonymous Foundation (2)
Davis, Malm & D’Agostine, P.C.
National Park Service Centennial Fund
Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation
Globus and Tourism Cares
For information on ways in which you can help preserve this national treasure, please call (617) 720-1713 ext. 16, or send an email.
The Old State House is owned by the City of Boston and operated on behalf of its citizens by The Bostonian Society. The Bostonian Society is pleased to partner with the City of Boston and the National Park Service in the ongoing restoration and preservation of the Old State House.