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What to do in Boston | Walk the Black Heritage Trail
Wondering What to do in Boston during your stay at our Boston Hotel? You’ll find many top Boston Attractions nearby, including the Black Heritage Trail.
Walk the Black Heritage Trail
About the Black Heritage Trail:
Wondering What to do in Boston? Consider stepping back in time with a walk along the Black Heritage Trail. The Black Heritage Trail is a Boston Attraction that gives visitors the opportunity to visit more than a dozen pre-Civil War buildings that help to tell the story of African Americans in Boston during that time. Guided tours are available along the Black Heritage Trail, the walking tour can also be enjoyed as a self-guided tour.
The Boston Attraction includes the George Middleton House, which is the oldest home on Beacon Hill that was built by African Americans. Other stops include the Abiel Smith Schoolhouse, the first public school built for African Americans in the country, and the African Meeting House, which was a meeting place for abolitionists and others.
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers is located near many popular Boston Attractions, including the Black Heritage Trail. Our Boston Hotel is also near some of the best Boston Restaurants.
The Black Heritage Trail is a must for any history buff, but all visitors will enjoy this Boston Attraction, especially if you opt for the guided tour. The guides are knowledgeable, and they help bring the period being discussed to life.
During your next stay at a Boston Hotel, consider adding this Boston Attraction to your itinerary.