Sights at American Heritage Museum and Boston

A Soviet WW2-era T-34/76 medium tank, one of the only ones on display in America. Photo by Nicholas Scoggins

Nicholas Scoggins, Staff Reporter

A WW1-era FT-17 light tank, one of the first tanks of the US Army. 
A German WW2-era Panzer I light tank. 
A Soviet WW2-era T-34/76 medium tank, one of the only ones on display in America. 
An American M4 Sherman tank sporting an interesting Korean War-era paint job. 
An Iraqi Scud missile and it’s launcher captured during operations in the Middle East. 
An American M551 Sheridan light tank, capable of being airdropped onto the battlefield. 
A modern day M1 Abrams tank, this example was used by the United States Marine Corps. This is one of the only Abrams tanks on display. 
The downtown grave of the legendary Founding Father Samuel Adams. 
The grave of Founding Father John Hancock in downtown Boston.
A building marking the site of the infamous Boston Massacre. 
A view of Boston’s buildings from the streets. Boston has a very modern skyline, but below it lies a layer of historical buildings. 
The Massachusetts State House outside downtown Boston. 
Outskirts of Harvard University. 
Watertown, a suburb of Boston. 
A German WW2 Flak 38 anti-aircraft gun. 
The inside of an American WW2 Sherman tank turrent.