Discover Boston’s illustrious history and famous residents as you embark on a guided walking tour past a number of historic sites along the red-bricked Freedom Trail. Uncover remnants of the American Revolutionary War, passing stately churches, burial grounds of well-known Bostonians, and the first public school. Hear tales of the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party retaliation. Travel through North End, America’s oldest neighborhood, and view the church where Paul Revere hung his two famous lanterns.
• Guided Walking Tour: Travel by foot through downtown Boston, as your guide shares stories of the bloody American Revolution.
• Freedom Trail: Walk along the red-brick path, past churches, cemeteries where famous residents rest, and America’s first public schoolhouse.
• North End: Visit the country’s oldest surviving neighborhood and the church where Paul Revere lit his legendary two lanterns.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Cash/credit cards
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Walking shoes
• Guests must be able to walk for approximately 3 hours (2 miles) and endure periods of standing.
• Guests should consider their physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Sites include steps, uneven ground, areas under construction, cobblestones, and busy city intersections. The use of mobility assistance such as a wheelchair, scooter, walker, crutches, or cane is not permitted.