There are countless ways to explore the Freedom Trail and its official historic sites. From year-round immersive programs and activities at the 16 historic sites to public and private walking tours led by 18th-century costumed guides, National Park Service's Park Rangers, and more, to self-guided tours by foot with a map, guide book, or audio guide, there are exciting and comfortable methods for everyone to enjoy the authentic history and sites where fights for American's freedoms were ignited.  Sample itineraries and resources are available to help plan visits to the Freedom Trail.

Walk the Freedom Trail and experience over 250 years of history! 


Freedom Trail Brochure

The Freedom Trail Official Online Brochure includes information on all 16 official Freedom Trail historic sites, a detailed map and more!

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Visiting the Freedom Trail

Official Historic Sites

Step inside the places where the American Revolution was launched, from pews and pulpits, private homes and public offices, with fiery speeches and midnight rides. Experience Boston's indoor/outdoor history experiences!

All Sites

Walking Tours

Boston's official walking tours led by 18th-century costumes guides (or in plainclothes) are available for public or private groups 362 days per year. From individuals to large groups, tours bring history to life for everyone!

All Tours

Freedom Trail Store

Purchase Freedom Trail guidebooks, educational items, combination joint tickets, Hear History audio guide, souvenirs and more!

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