“Boston is experiencing unprecedented levels of development and growth, and our neighborhoods are changing rapidly as a result. Join the Boston Preservation Alliance for a conversation and Q&A session about what these changes mean for Boston’s neighborhoods, and...Read More
The long awaited Training Field re-landscaping project is finally underway. It began right before Halloween and will be completed this upcoming Spring. It’s very exciting to see the efforts of the Charlestown Preservation Society, The Friends of the Training Field and...Read More
This event will be held in the Commandant’s House at the Charlestown Navy Yard, on November 12, 2015 at 6:30 pm. The event is open to the public. Space is limited so you must pre-register Learn about the rich history of USS Constitution and the latest efforts to...Read More
15 September 2015 Patriot Bridge To the editor re “Succumbing To The Wrecking Ball” September 10, 2015 It is shocking to see the two pictures of the beautiful 175 year old red house at 16 Oak Street being reduced to a pile of rubble in a matter of hours. These pictures...Read More
Our mission is to preserve Charlestown's historic character by protecting our historic architecture and landscapes, advocating for preservation, guiding responsible development and educating people about the unique character of our community.
Come to one of our events, learn from one of our programs or help us advocate for preservation and responsible development.
|The 2014 CPS Historic House Tour this past September, was a huge success! We look forward to another great day in 2016!
Learn about our recent historic preservation projects.
Here’s a comprehensive guide to preservation, development and Charlestown’s community resources.
Charlestown History and Architecture: A Guide for Homeowners, Residents and Visitors is a guide to Charlestown history and architecture, plus a useful resource for homeowners.
Learn about Charlestown’s rich history and architecture.