The Freedom Trail & Boston's North End

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2 hours

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Why take this tour?


  • Visit the majority of the sites along Boston's famed Freedom Trail, the most complete tour of the Freedom Trail available
  • Discover the local culture in the Italian-centric North End neighborhood
  • Pause at sites like the Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere House, and the site of the Boston Massacre
  • Pass by graveyards with crooked tombstones and unassuming corners where American history changed course
  • Gather excellent eating recommendations in the North End where your tour concludes
  • Spend time with a local guide who uses storytelling to captivate their audience - adults and children alike
  • Sites Visited
  • Boston Common
  • Massachusetts State House
  • Park Street Church
  • Granary Burying Ground
  • King's Chapel and Burying Ground
  • Boston Latin School
  • Old Corner Book Store
  • Old South Meeting House
  • Old State House
  • Boston Massacre Site
  • Faneuil Hall
  • Quincy Market
  • Union Oyster House
  • Bell in Hand Tavern
  • North End Neighborhood
  • Paul Revere House
  • Old North Church
  • Tour Includes
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Expertly guided walking tour

Walk the Freedom Trail on this impeccibly guided walk through history and Bostonian culture

Free Cancellation

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Latest Reviews

Great tour, and our guide was very knowledgeable in the city. The tour length was good and a lot of information, anecdotes to listen to.

Alexandra was informative and engaging and she projected her voice clearly to overcome all the construction noise along the way. We were very happy with the tour.

Michael was an excellent guide. Very friendly and knowledgeable.

Meeting Point

Meeting Point Map ⟶

Meeting Point
Corner of Park Street & Tremont Street (Boston Common). Meet a few steps from the corner inside Boston Common next to the large white marble plaque.