Boston's Freedom Trail Walk Into History® Tour
- See Boston Common, America's first public park
- Pay respects to the victims at the Boston Massacre site
- Visit the Granary Burying Ground, the final resting place of Paul Revere
- See the site of the oldest public school in the United States
Listen carefully in the precincts of Faneuil Hall and hear the echoes of patriotic orators like Samuel Adams and James Otis advocating independence and revolution in the name of liberty. Remember the blood in the snow outside the Old State House on the night of the Boston Massacre, and enjoy the green serenity of Boston Common, America's oldest public park.
Hear tales the bravery, tenacity, and human frailty of the men and women whose outrage planted the seeds of representative government in the fertile soil of a new land as your knowledgeable, period-costumed guide navigates your party through a veritable living museum of American history. Eleven of the sixteen official Freedom Trail historic sites are featured during the 90-minute tour (approximately 1 mile) along the unique, red-lined, urban walking trail with plenty of time for questions and photographs.
- Walking tours include 11 of the 16 official Freedom Trail historic sites
- 18th-century costumed guides
- Local taxes and fees
- Entrance to Freedom Trail sites that charge admission fees (Old South Meeting House, Old State House and Paul Revere House, where you can buy tickets at the door)
- Optional gratuities
Prepare for the activity
- Hiking shoes
There is no need to specify a date/time. With your ticket, you are guaranteed a spot on one of the Freedom Trail Foundation tours any date any time.
Tickets must be printed in order to be accepted; sorry no mobile (phone/laptop) tickets are accepted at this time. If you cannot make the tour on your designated day, every effort will be made to accommodate you on an alternate date.
Tour times are subject to change with little notice.