Revolutionary ideas may have come from speeches at Faneuil Hall or a meeting of the Sons of Liberty, but their courage and inspiration came from Boston’s taverns. Let an 18th-century costumed guide lead you on a Historic Pub Crawl and visit the real headquarters where the American Revolution was brewed - Blackstone Block. At each of the four pubs you will visit on your tour, taste contemporary Boston fare and enjoy a different sample-size Sam Adams beer. This tour is 90 minutes and is great for individuals, small groups, corporate team building, or as a date.
Note: We only serve beer, no substitutions.
24 hour reservations are recommended.
For more information please check out the historic pub crawl brochure!
The Historic Pub Crawl is offered every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.. Reservations can be made by calling the Freedom Trail Foundation at 617.357.8300, and a minimum of 6 people are required for the tour to run. An additional Historic Pub Crawl will be offered during Harborfest on Thursday, June 30 at 5:30 p.m.
Private and corporate groups can choose dates and departure times with the Freedom Trail Foundation office staff by email or call 617.357.8300. Please select Group & Private Tours in the left hand column for more information.