Follow the red brick road of the Freedom Trail past 16 sites that mark Boston's colonial history and role in the start of the Revolutionary War. Favorite sightseeing stops include Paul Revere's House and the Old North Church where the lanterns were hung, sending Revere on his midnight ride.
Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of the city in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened, the Boston Freedom Trail today is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond.
Freedom Trail audio tour tickets can be purchased through the Concierge.
Concierge Elena says... While you're at the Old North Church, visit Captain Jackson’s Colonial Chocolate Shop, where costumed store clerks demonstrate how chocolate was produced in the 18th century. It’s a fun interactive way to learn about Revolutionary War history!
Freedom Trail Suite
Featuring a series of historic images that celebrate the birth of a nation, The Freedom Trail Suite artwork includes the famous etching of the Boston Massacre designed to incite rebellion by Paul Revere, a map of Boston from 1722, an image of the Boston Common from 1844 and an image of the harbor from the Revolutionary War, as well as other historic images.