Access Information

Historic Sites

Official Freedom Trail historic sites' access information may be found by exploring each specific sites' page here

Walking Tours/American Sign Language Service

All Freedom Trail Foundation-led tours are accessible. 
Requests for American Sign Language interpreters should be made as far in advance of a tour as possible and with a minimum of three weeks out.  The Foundation will make every effort to secure an interpreter, however, due to tight demand, may not be able to do so.

Accessible Routes

Boston Common Visitor Information Center to State House 
Travel up Tremont Street (towards Park Street MBTA Station), turn left onto Park Street, continue up Beacon Street, the State House is located on Beacon Street.

Massachusetts State House accessible entry
Ashburton Park entrance, Bowdoin Street: from Park Street, turn right on Beacon Street, turn left onto Bowdoin Street.

Granary Burying Ground accessible entry
From Massachusetts State House - Ashburton Park entrance - turn right onto Bowdoin Street, turn left on Beacon street, take first right into the alley (across from Somerset Street), the accessible entrance to the Granary is located at the end of the alley.

Paul Revere Mall to Old North Church
From Paul Revere Mall at Unity Street, turn right on Unity Street, turn left on Charleter Street, left on Salem Street to Old North Church.

Wheelchair Rentals

Gary Drug Company
59 Charles Street, Beacon Hill 02114
(617) 227-0023

Boston Orthopedic & Respiratory Equipment
175 Main Street, Charlestown 02129


For more information, please call (617) 357-8300.