Freedom Trail, Boston
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
Weave your way through the city center, the birthplace of the American Revolution, and soak up some of the country’s earliest history on Freedom Trail. The 4 km (2.5 mi) brick-lined trail passes 16 historical city monuments, including museums, churches, and political sites. Begin your walk in the Boston Common, the location of the British forces' encampment during the occupation of 1775-76. Then head to the impressive Massachusetts State House, which was built shortly after the revolution and now houses state government offices. Don’t miss a chance to visit the site of the infamous Boston Massacre, or to tour the oldest house in the city, the home of Paul Revere. While most visitors choose to walk the trail freely, guided tours and audio headsets are available at the tourist center. Arrange your visit to Freedom Trail and discover more family-friendly attractions in Boston using our Boston travel itinerary maker.
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A perfect way to see all the sites of the city and learn about the history of Boston, right from the first settlers up to the 1800s. A must on any traveller's itinerary.
es ist ganz einfach dem freedom trail in boston zu folgen, da er auf dem gehsteig rot gekennzeichnet ist und den besucher an die wichtigsten historischen plätze führt. ein must, es lohnt sich und ist ... read more »It's easy to follow the freedom trail in boston, as it is marked in red on the sidewalk and places the visitor to the main historical results. a must, it is worthwhile and entertainingshow original
Take the time to walk this trail if possible. Much better to walk if you can as you get to experience so much more of Boston. We have all been taught about Paul Revere, Old Ironsides etc., but there i... read more »
Freedom trail walk starts from here. Just follow the bricked line.
Here is the starting point of the freedom trail Boston, that goes around the city and makes you discover most of the historic places !
Lots of history and plenty to see. America never looked more like America.
A great way to explore the city.
Joris CampeolGreat to see the founding of the nation, very interesting and allows to cross very nice cartier as "little italy" or charleston.show original
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