Bought a book at the visitor center on the commons and followed the bricks. No guide needed. Lots of walking. We got about halfway and then went on a trolley your for rest of the day. We will go back tomorrow. You'll be to Quincy...More
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We took our time and walked in about four hours from the Boston Common, past the Mass. State House and the Robert Gould Shaw memorial, the Park St. Church, Granary Burial Ground, Kings Chapel, Boston Latin School and Old City Hall, Old South Meeting House,...More
You can do self guided (there is an app) or partake in the costume tour run by the Freedom Trail organization. Our guide was really great and it helps you better understand the history of the city.
Saw many famous sights from history. Well marked trail, and you can take a break whenever you like and shop or eat.
The only day we had available it happened to be raining so we cut it short and didn't walk the whole trail. We just hit the high points - Paul Revere's house, the Old North Church and Faneuil Hall market.
My entire family loved our visit of the Freedom Trail. The city has done and excellent job in making off the locations of historical places that is easy to follow.
We did the Freedom Trail on the first day in Boston and really enjoyed it. It was actually much longer than I expected and took us a good portion of the day! We stopped at Quincy Market for lunch and also saw Mike's Pastry. Our...More
We walked the Freedom Trail ourselves which you can pick up throughout the city - the trail is marked by a red bricked narrow line through various streets - we walked from Boston Public Gardens to Quincy market and were on the trail quite a...More