Explore Boston’s revolutionary history along the iconic Freedom Trail – a historic path connecting key sites of the American Revolution, best enjoyed on foot in a small group led by an engaging guide!
- Delve deeply into the years 1768 to 1776, the tumultuous nine years prior to the the American Revolution
- Walk in the footsteps of colonial Bostonians, all of whom grappled with the difficult—and inescapable—question of loyalty or rebellion to crown and country
- Gain an introduction to Boston’s enduring status as America’s “Cradle of Liberty”
- Travel past historic landmarks in Downtown Boston as your guide shares the gripping story of a small colonial town careening toward war with a global empire
- Local historian
- Small groups (12 guests maximum)
- Historic images (e.g. maps, portraits)
- Primary sources and quotations
- Wear comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate attire, as the tour is entirely outdoors.
- Aim to arrive 5-10 minutes early at the tour rally point (1 Washington Street, 02108) for check-in and meeting your guide.
- The tour will conclude where it started, at 1 Washington Street. Nearby, you’ll find lunch options at Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
- Gratuities and museum admission are not included in the tour.
- Midday Tours (1.5 hours) are available on Saturdays and holiday weekends, starting at 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, and 1:00 pm. Private Tours are available upon request.
- The Freedom Trail walking tour won’t enter individual historic sites, except for public parks and burial spaces.
- Service animals are allowed, but pets can’t enter historic burial grounds due to city restrictions.
- The tour is wheelchair and scooter accessible, but be prepared for narrow sidewalks and uneven surfaces.
- Note that current COVID-19 restrictions in Boston require all tour participants to wear face coverings.
Full refunds are possible with 24 hours notice. Please contact Hub Town Tours directly at 857-770-1482 or email@example.com if you need to amend your booking.