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Freedom Trail

Category: Sightseeing + Tours

99 Chauncy Street, suite 401, Boston, MA 2129
617.242.5642

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Map of Freedom Trail and recommended places nearby
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1. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
2. New England Aquarium
3. Museum of Science
4. Prudential Center Skywalk Observatory
5. Harvard Museum of Natural History and Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
6. Duck Tours
7. Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum
8. U S S Constitution Museum
9. Bunker Hill Monument
10. Boston Public Garden
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Freedom Trail - Reviews from across the web

A must! - user review
The Freedom Trail is an absolute must for any visitor to Boston. Whether you are a history lover or not, there will be something for you. I would plan for a whole day if you love history ...
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It's a MUST! - user review
If you're in Boston, take the time and see the historical sites; which includes the burying grounds. See the museums first, then go back and see the sites like the Boston Commons and bur...
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Must do! - user review
Our family enjoyed every single second of this tour through Boston. You will feel like a true American as you hear the story of our country's beginnings. The tour guide was great too, ...
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must do - user review
The Freedom Trail is a great way to experience history. My husband and I walked without a guide or audio tour. It was nice to self-pace. Wear good walking shoes and be open to emotional...
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Must do! - user review
I went to Boston last week and the first thing my friend and I did was take a guided freedom tour. We loved it and found the guide (a young grad student) very informative, funny and h...
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No title - user review
We walked the tour on a beautiful sunny day in July. My husband is British and I, American, born just outside of Boston. We downloaded the tour onto our MP3 Players. We chose to do ...
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Great overview - user review
This is a great way to see Boston and to dip into sites that you want to see further. However, word of warning.........if you do this in summer when very hot, you will find it difficu...
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Called after the State Motto... - user review
Called after the State Motto give me freedom or give me death. so here is the freedom trail. I found out, that it is way more comfortable if you make the Trail backwards. Meanin...
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Definitely a great Walk - user review
My Wife and I thought it was a great walk to see the whole trail. We walked and read everything on our own and would recommend everyone to do it. We didn't buy a walking tour or audio...
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If you don't do anything else, this is IT!! - user review
what a wonderful tour! i definitely recommend the guided tour-worth every penny! yes, you feel a little elementary following a costumed guide at first and yes, the jokes (that you r...
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Guide Made the Tour Come Alive - user review
My wife and I took our six year old son to Boston recently, and we decided at the last minute to do the Freedom Walk with a guide. It was the best decision we made on our whole trip....
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This two- or three-hour walking... - expert review
This two- or three-hour walking tour takes you past Bostons most famous historical sites while also meandering through the citys vibrant neighborhoods. The Freedom Trail begin...
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The Freedom Trail Foundation
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile red-brick walking trail that leads you to 16 nationally significant historic sites, every one an authentic American treasure. Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened, the Freedom Trail today is a unique collection o...
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The Freedom Trail Foundation
Your visit to Boston must include a walk into history along the Freedom Trail. You can start in the beginning, the middle or the end and wend your way through the streets of this very modern city — Boston — and along the paths of history. This is Boston’s indoor / outdoor history m...
thefreedomtrail.org

Tours
along the famous red line with an 18th Century Costumed Guide. Hear the tales of the brave Bostonians and Colonialists who dared to challenge Britain and helped establish the greatest democracy in the world. These 90 minute tours are designed for individuals, groups, corporate team building and scho...
store.thefreedomtrail.org

Freedom Trail Items
Shopping on the Freedom Trail is both a learning experience and a way to aquire some wonderful 18th century reproductions. Check out the list of books - for all ages; postcards - to mail or keep as a souvenir; beautifully crafted reproductions - to enhance any spot; toys, hats, education materials f...
store.thefreedomtrail.org






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