BOSTON (WHDH) - Renovations on Boston’s iconic 40-foot-tall Hood Milk Bottle have been completed.
Boston Children’s Museum on Wednesday unveiled the updates to the famed landmark in the city’s Fort Point section.
Structural upgrades include a new facade, fresh windows, and replaced awnings.
The bottle came into existence in the early 1930s when Arthur Gagner used as a roadside ice cream stand in Taunton, according to the museum. It later made the move to Boston in 1977.
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