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Freedom Trail at Massachusetts

Freedom Trail

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Boston Freedom Trail - Walk Through History

Follow the path that led to liberty on this engaging outdoor and indoor trail through the city. Marked with bricks or a painted red line, the 2.5-mile trail passes by sixteen major sites of interest in New England's top vacation destination, including the USS Constitution, Paul Revere's House and the Bunker Hill Monument. Boston Freedom Trail is an excellent way to familiarize yourself with the city's incredible history, and you can access it three blocks away from our North End hotel.


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  • Walk Into History Tour
  • Get to "Know Orchestra"
  • Anne Hutchinson: The Opera


  • Guided tours
  • USS Constitution
  • Boston Commons
  • Fanueil Hall
  • Famous cemeteries

USS Constitution

Visit the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world. Also known as “Old Ironsides” because of her ability to withstand cannonballs, this incredible wooden ship ventures into the harbor seven or eight times each year.

Public Tours

Enhance your understanding of this historic trail by signing up for a 90-minute tour with an 18th century costumed guide. Listen to the stories of the brave colonists that helped establish a great democracy.


  • Why was the Freedom Trail originally established?

    The trail preserves the stories of the American Revolution along an easy-to-access urban pathway. Today the route is an integral part of the history of the city and a signature Boston experience.
  • What is the oldest site on the Boston Freedom Trail?

    That would be Paul Revere’s house, a wooden building dating from 1680. Famous for his midnight ride to Lexington, Revere purchased the house in 1770 for about 53 pounds when he was 35 years old.

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