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The Freedom Trail

Boston, MA
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(617) 357-8300

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139 Tremont Street Boston, MA, 02111
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  • John Vadseth 18 days ago

    We had a great walking tour today with Hannah Mather Crocker (Katie). She was loud for all to hear, funny, entertaining and skillful about her subject. Even my 12 year old found this walk interesting, and we learned a lot of American history during the 90 minutes it lasted. Highly recommended!

  • Cecilia Mace 22 days ago

    Probably one of the BEST tour guides you'll have in Boston, Emma [AKA Lydia Mulliken] hit it out of the park. Emma engaged children and adults with funny stories, recaps of history and inspirational participation. It was a great start to my short stay in Boston and I was encouraged to see more historical sites. Highly recommend the Freedom Trail walking tours for family, friends and students.

  • Jennifer R 29 days ago

    Great tour! Our group did a private tour with Thomas Hutchinson (aka Mark) and we all agreed that he was one of the best tour guides we have had anywhere. The tour is really interesting and absolutely worth the money to get the most out of the experience. We would all highly recommend both the tour and Mark. Thanks for a great afternoon

  • Matt Hale 44 days ago

    Mr Copley gave us the best tour of the Freedom Trail today! He was informative, funny and went into detail when it was required! Would 100% recommend for anyone visiting Boston to do, was a great learning experience and helped us get our bearings! Thanks Mr Copley!

  • Michael Kendrick 218 days ago

    My wife, daughter and I were visiting Boston from Atlanta and took the Freedom Trail walking tour with Natalie aka ‘Lucy Flucker Knox’, who was married to Henry Knox, the first Secretary of War. We were fortunate that the three of us were the only ones on the last tour of the day. Natalie did a great job on the tour and was quite educated on the History of the American Revolution specifically the Boston Massacre, the midnight ride of Paul Revere and the Boston Tea Party. Natalie added a good bit of humor and puns along the way to keep the historical storytelling a lighthearted affair. Overall a great time and I would highly recommend the Freedom Trail Foundation’s walking tour, especially with Natalie.

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