Fun to walk through history and experience the geographical proximity. Friendly that it was easy to follow from site to site. Highly Recommend.
About Freedom Trail
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This was my second time walking the Freedom Trail and every time I learn something new and walk away feeling really happy about the experience. Today we (3 of us) left from the Boston Common on "A Walk through History" tour with our guide Mark...More
I broke it up into 2 nights (2.5 miles total). Start at Boston Commons (do a ghost tour because they give you the history of the commons) and walk to Faneuil Hall, then from the Hall to Charles Town. Did it after dinner to kill...More
We walked the whole Freedom trail over a few days & enjoyed every minute of it, visiting Bunker hill was my favorite part but there is lots to see/do along the trail, very cool.
The park rangers take short, one hour trips, along parts of the Freedom Trail which were informative and even kept the children amused
I absolutely love history. In kind, I love cities that don't put a price on sharing that history with visitors. For me, that brings to mind Berlin, and now Boston. Basically, to get to the Freedom Trail, head to the Boston Commons - a big...More
The Freedom Trail connects history of the US. There are churches, cemeteries, meeting houses, and Old Ironsides. The trail is marked on the sidewalk, so you can start anywhere and follow the route for about three miles back to where you started. I would recommend...More
My 15 year old son and I did the entire trail from start to finish and then came back to Little Italy and had a fantastic dinner with a stop at Mike's Pastry for desert.
Just tracing the tracks of our forefather's footsteps was a great experience. The trail is marked with red bricks embedded right in the road. To see the churches, the Paul Revere home, etc was a wonderful history experience. I highly recommend. Parking can be tricky...More