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Tour of the Freedom Trail

The American Revolution began in Boston. Rebels, gangs, a Tea Party, and Midnight Riders feature in the tales on this tour. Walk past the site of the Boston Massacre, Paul Revere's grave, and the first road in Boston, and experience the feeling of what it might have been like to be in Colonial America. This tour will explain why the War for Independence broke out here first. 

Boston’s Freedom Trail is an affiliation of historic buildings located in the heart of historic downtown Boston. This convenient red brick path allows us to show you how Boston has pioneered abolition, American education, and immigration, all within a mile. Discover why they say that what starts in Boston changes the world. 


  • Boston Common

  • Massachusetts State House

  • Park Street Church

  • Granary Burying Ground

  • King's Chapel

  • ​Parker House

  • Old City Hall Plaza/Boston Latin School Site

  • Old South Meeting House

  • Old State House

  • Boston Massacre Site

  • Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market



  • Private tours begin at $300 (+tax), which covers up to 10 guests for up to two hours. 

  • For tours longer than two hours, groups under 10 guests are $150 (+tax) per hour per guide.

  • For customized tours in groups larger than 10, please contact us for pricing.

  • ​This tour can be delivered in Corporate attire, Colonial Period dress, or Victorian-era Dress, as requested.

  • This is a walking tour, and not transferable as a ride-along tour by vehicle, though it can be covered as one piece of a ride-along tour.




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  • This tour stays on the exterior of buildings. Please contact the sites directly if you’d like to visit the interior, or contact us for more information.​

  • ​​We do not provide water or food, so please prepare your own if you think you’ll need it! ​

  • This is a walking tour. For Step-on guides for narration on a bus, please contact us.

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