We took 2 tours: Meeting, Mobs and Martyrs with Travis Early and Allegiance to Revolution with a second park ranger Both park rangers spoke loudly and clearly and told fascinating stories of the history of Boston from 1630 up to the American Revolution. Each was 1 hour (or just over) in length.
These tours do not go INTO the sites (many Freedom Trail sites charge admission), rather they stop outside the sites and talk to the group about what happened there, enriching in a very balanced view the many of the stories that many American school children learn about the days leading up to the American Revolution. Therefore, the tours might be dull for children. The walks are short and the talks are long (and fascinating!) and geared for adults. Be aware that there are a lot of uneven cobblestones -- wear comfortable footwear.
On busy days (such as during leaf peeping season), the tours fill up early. Free tickets are distributed 30 minutes prior to each tour. After receiving your ticket enjoy the performers at right outside or the food markets before assembling for the tour. There are public restrooms available in the basement of the Faneuil Hall Visitor Center (which is on the Congress Street side of Faneuil Hall Marketplace)
I highly recommend!!
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