the freedom trail


Member Rating 3 out of 5 by rhiannon1968 on February 5, 2002

It's a self-guided walking tour of Boston's most important landmarks of colonial Boston. The starting point is at Boston Common, and to do it you only have to follow the red line painted on the pavement. It takes you past all the sights. It's important to get the free leaflet that explains you what all the places are, though, especially if you are not too familiar with American history.
There are 16 points of interest along the trail, which I'll just list here below. The walk, including visits and a few stops for lunch a drinks will take about a day.

1. Boston Common
2. State House
3. Park Street Church
4. Granary Burying Ground
5. King`s Chapel
6. First Public School Site
7. Globe Corner Bookstore
8. Old South Meeting House
9. Old State House
10. Boston Massacre Site
11. Faneuil Hall
12. Paul Revere House
13. Old North (Christ) Church
14. Copp`s Hill Burial Ground
15. Bunker Hill Monument
16. U.S.S. Constitution
Freedom Trail
15 State Street
Boston, Massachusetts, 02109
(617) 242-5642

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