If 18th-century African-American patriot Crispus Attucks could tell you his life story and rebellion in pre-Revolutionary Boston, what would he say? Tales of intrigue and bravery, poetry and defiance by black Bostonians unfold during this 90-minute walking tour of the Freedom Trail. Led by a costumed guide, visitors view history through the eyes of African-American revolutionaries such as Crispus Attucks, Phillis Wheatley, Prince Hall, Peter Salem, and others.
This tour is not offered regularly except during February - Black History Month, when it is offered Saturday and Sunday at 12:45 from the Boston Common and during Harborfest on Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3 at 12:00 noon from the Boston Common. However, it can easily be booked for a private, group or school tour anytime throughout the year.These groups can choose dates and departure times by booking via telephone with the Freedom Trail Foundation office staff. Please select Group & Private Tours or School Tours in the left hand column for more information.
Base price for public tour: $14 adults (includes $1 donation to the Freedom Trail Preservation Fund); $12 students/seniors; $8 children (under 12). Online general admission tickets are good for this tour.