Freedom Trail Players® are a collection of experienced professionals who bring history to life along Boston’s iconic Freedom Trail 362 days per year!
Clothed in expertly tailored 18th-century clothing, Players interpret life in Boston during the American Revolution and beyond while portraying specific Bostonian characters. Players lead over one hundred thousand school children and adults during public and private tours year-round, help teach children in schools via extensive education programs, and deliver speeches, lead reenactments, and provide other services through the Foundation's History for Hire. Freedom Trail Players add to the Boston's and New England's arts and cultural vitality not only on the Freedom Trail, but through the other interpretive work they conduct day in and day out.
For more information about the Freedom Trail Players, please contact us here.