Walking The Freedom Trail is a popular Thing to do in Boston that gives visitors the chance to see 16 of the most important historical sites in the city.
About The Freedom Trail:
The Freedom Trail is a hugely popular Attraction in Boston that provides visitors the opportunity to explore 16 significant historical sites either via a self-guided tour or with a guide.
As you make your way along the 2.5 mile path that is marked by red bricks, you will make stops at sites including The Old North Church, The Bunker Hill Monument, Paul Revere’s House, the USS Constitution, and many more. The Freedom Trail tells not just the history of Boston, but the history of the birth of a nation.
Some visitors tackle the entire Freedom Trail in one day. Others take their time and enjoy the historical sites over a couple of days. The addition of a tour guide lets you learn even more about each site, and there are several tours to choose from if you prefer this option.
Pirates & Patriots, Walk into History and North End are a few of the Freedom Trail tours available. No matter which one you choose, you will be escorted by a costumed interpreter who will help to bring history to life.
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Should you get hungry along The Freedom Trail, you can stop in for a bite to eat at the Union Oyster House. This Boston Restaurant, which opened in 1826, is the oldest continually operating Restaurant in the United States. The Restaurant is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and a stop here is a wonderful addition to your time exploring The Freedom Trail.
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