Heart of the
2.0 hour (approx.)
Boston History Walking Tour
Experience One of America's Most Unique Cities!
Stroll Through Nearly 400 Years of History!
The perfect introduction to the history of Boston! This walking tour is designed for those who want to get up close and personal to the history of one of America's most famous cities. The Freedom Trail, at the center of historic Boston is a red brick path through the city leading visitors to the historic sites. You'll weave your way from Revolutionary America through the eighteenth century.
Walk into history along the famous red line with our knowledgable guides and see some of Boston's most famous sites. This private tour covers highlights of the 2.5 miles of Freedom Trail sites and should take approximately two hours to complete. This a very historical tour and will cover some of the many sites and characters that were important in the founding our great nation. Some of the characters we will meet are John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Peter Faneuil. The tour is designed for those that want a great tour experience without the 4 -hour walking of a complete Freedom Trail tour.
Boston was founded in 1630 by the Puritans. The story of Boston beginnings unfolds through an exploration of the city’s architecture spanning more than three centuries. Beginning with the Puritan settlement, the tour continues through the American Revolution and the growth of commercial Boston and concludes with a discussion of modern acrhitecture and development.
This historic walk features many of the downtown Freedom Trail sites, including the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, King's Chapel, the Old South Meeting House and the site of the first public school in America. Learn about American history from the protests of Samuel Adams and James Otis to the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party, to the liberation of Boston in 1776 by General Washington and his army, the Freedom Trail tells the stories that led to American independence.
This tour is expandable to include the entire Freedom Trail and is also offered as a private mobile tour.
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Samuel Adams Statue
(behind Faneuil Hall - Congress Street end)
1 Faneuil Hall Square