Follow the Boston Freedom Trail

Everyone should experience this once in their lifetime. The Freedom Trail traces the footsteps of United States history beginning with the American Revolution. The red-lined route can be followed at a pace you set for yourself leaving plenty of time for stops along the way. Paul Revere’s House. The site of the Boston Massacre. Bunker Hill Monument. Old North Church. The 2.5 mile walk is “visitor-friendly” and filled with landmarks. Do it your way. But do it. 

7 thoughts on “Follow the Boston Freedom Trail

  1. I did this walk many years ago with a dear woman friend when in Boston for a conference, and it is the best memory I have of our seven-day visit: the city, the sites, the history, all amazing. Then, as I remember, we stopped by the Cheers bar but didn’t stay because it was too crowded.

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